Woman Takes Anti-Selfies by “Dying” at Famous Landmarks, And It’s Hilarious

When normal people visit famous landmarks, they commonly pull out their phones and snap a selfie to keep as a memory of being there. Artist Stephanie Leigh Rose does something different: she shoots “anti-selfies” of herself “dying” and the result is quite funny. Scroll down to see for yourself!

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  1. Yvette May 14, 2019

    Some are so convinced that she stole Jamaica Tschape’s idea. Not necessarily. It’s been proven that an artist can have an idea that another already had without ever having heard of it. It’s creepy but it happens.
    However…this is brilliant all the way around.
    Though what impresses me the most I must admit, is the travel budget. Especially for an artist. I’m an artist and how I wish. :-)

  2. Anonymous May 14, 2019

    She’s reenacted the occuoy protesters of years pasts.

  3. Anonymous May 14, 2019

    I love it, but how did she get the shots? isn’t a selfie – by definition – taken by “self”…?

  4. Anonymous May 15, 2019

    Evidently she thinks everyone dies face down with their legs spread.

  5. ShashiNYC May 15, 2019

    First of all, it’s Janaina, not Jamaica…in any case, if she didn’t steal the idea, why did she position herself exactly as Janaina did? No, I’m afraid coincidence doesn’t go quite that far. She probably thought 2005-2009, when Tschape’s were done, was long enough back that few people would remember.

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