Luca Pizzaroni looks at American culture as an Italian immigrant and sees all this culture of consumption vomiting forth mountains of waste and gets inspired. Here are some photos of a New Jersey landfill and painting on trash bags.

And look, he is so romantic about it:

“The sweet singing of garbage trucks constantly working every night, the intense squealing of rats enjoying a good leftover meal, the colors of flying plastic bags in a super noisy New York City street, are just some of the inspirations that I collect to create my paintings and pictures.”

Reminds us of someone we know.

“Bianco Trash,” Luca Pizzaroni, Jun 21 – Jul 27, Fred Torres Collaborations, New York