That's a series of cook-hitting-the-road objects assembled and shot by Flickr user isolatediguana, a/k/a Matt Hinckley, along with the Leathercraft tool bag he uses to haul everything.
The photo was observed during research by three Carnegie Mellon ID students, who were tasked with designing "a soft good that relates to eating." They decided to ask themselves the question: What should a chef's travel bag look like?
Our research helped us discover that chefs have this deep personal bond with their tools. We had this awesome quote where this chef said that he'd rather go through the trouble of lugging his stuff to his Dad's for Sunday dinner than use someone else's steak knife. Throughout a chef's career, he will accumulate his own set of knives, and use them/treasure them. We wanted to help them facilitate this.
We also found that they not only transport knives with them, but carry all sorts of stuff from whisks, peelers, spatulas, to specialty items (if they were a baker: cookie cutters for example), dictionaries, spare underwear/socks, recipe journals, first aid kit.