Elżbieta K

Elżbieta K

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The Kiss of Death in Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. 1930. White marble. Attributed to Jaume Barba, but possibly created by Joan Fontbernat.

Artwork winged skeleton kisses dead man called Beyond the Grave.This astonishing sculpture forms part of Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. The Kiss of Death (El Petó de la Mort in Catalan and El beso de la muerte in Spanish) dates back to (via

time keeps on running...

Like slow food versus fast food, I love the feel of a rhythmic journey, rather than an instant transport.No idea if that was the concept intended, but that's the journey it takes me on ~DMdL

see the world

I loved this picture because their use of black and white really makes the colors of her eyes and the globe. I also loved how they used her natural eye color as the water that is being represented in the globe they created in her eye.

Manchester-based photographer Lee Jeffries is an accountant by profession but for the past few years he’s traveled around the world photographing people he encounters on the streets, particularly the homeless. He spends time getting to know each of his subjects before shooting them, which I think is completely evident in his work

Manchester-based photographer Lee Jeffries is an accountant by profession but for the past few years he’s traveled around the world photographing people he encounters on the streets, particularly the homeless.