Plastic is everywhere, even on our plates. I pose important questions within my work. How does our food grow? How is it imported or exported? And lastly, how much plastic do these processes contain? By putting together iconic doll heads with the pepper plant, I encourage the viewer to think twice. This idea was inspired by Alejandro Duran, as he uses the combination of industrialized objects and organic features in his artwork. I wanted to play around with this technique to show a message that I’ve never seen before: plastic in the food chain. Plastic is involved in the whole production—from the harvesting to the importation of the products. The doll heads represent the microplastics acquired by all of us on a day to day basis, whereas the pepper plant exemplifies the millions of products consumed by society every day. My purpose is to encourage people to consider the process that food goes through before it comes to their plates.