Anubis, also known as Wepwawet, the Egyptian god of embalming and the dead. Statue by ARH Statues. East London, South Africa, March 2013.
Oh, you cute little lion, you. Come here, coochy coochy coo. Hong Kong, November 2015.
Turn your head away from Venice’s tourist spots for a moment and you may just find a flicker of authenticity nestling in some corner of the city. May 2015.
Tourists at the The Rialto in Venice, Italy, are given a bit of advice from an unlikely source. May 2015.
A portrait of Friedrich Nietzsche, perhaps? Florence, Italy, May 2015.
A couple from yesteryear looking over Brussels’ urban modernity. June 2016.
A cheeky take on Johannes Vermeer’s Girl with the pearl earrings found on the streets of Florence, Italy. May 2015.
We would like to think Alice found love like this. Venice, Italy. May 2015.
“Cheap! But not as cheap as your girlfriend,” you can hear this blue version of Spider Jerusalem saying. A street art installation in Venice, Italy. May 2015.
“Are you talking to me, bub?” A rather intimidating lion questions the crowd’s mettle at the Chinese New Year celebrations in Cyrildene, Johannesburg, South Africa. March 2018.