From design firm Heydays: “We created [Anthon B. Nilson's] annual report for 2009 and wanted to show their biggest asset, their employees. What a man carry in his pockets can tell a lot about him as a person. Documenting the company from the inside by showing their employees belongings, rather than just their faces, we learn to know the company at a personal level.”
I never get tired of seeing these types of photographs. It reminds me of Huang Qingjun, who photographed Chinese families in front of their living spaces with all of their possessions displayed outside, and Peter Menzel who did it first.