For many people, flea markets represent some kind of alternative- or subculture to counteract the consumption world. This project analyzes how this subculture looks like. Are there any attributes, which are equal at every flea market and are there objects, which are offered more often than others? Is there a stereotypical seller and what does he look like? It‘s to analyze if several clichés are achieved or if there are completely different or rather new archetypes. In this series sellers as well as their individual booths are documental photographed. It‘s to inspect, if the offered objects say something about their sellers or if there is no visible archetype. The contrast between the individual offered objects, the comparison of several sellers and the interaction between objects and sellers are the topic of this series.