10,000 items or less is a frenetic video montage containing images of nearly every item in a supermarket. Over the course of more than twenty pilgrimages to a grocery store, a team of photographers shot the images, and deposited them into a video frame by frame. The result is a five and a half minute assault of trademarks, logos, and sonic pandemonium generated from the color values of the images themselves. Dog food and TV dinners, cigarettes and baby food all play a part in this experimental portrayal of bloated consumer choices.