A Reddit user creates a photo series using unique angles to make the art pieces seem like their own photographer

It doesn't look like the selfie craze is going away any time soon since people are still constantly thinking up new ways of creating their own version or interpretation of a selfie.

A Reddit user who goes by the name “Jazus_ur_lookin_well” has made his own mark in the selfie phenomenon with a photo series that features greco-roman statues at the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork, Ireland. In this series, the statues appear as if they are taking their own selfies.

In the series of photos, Reddit user Jazus_ur_lookin_well used unique angles to make it look like the ancient sculptures were holding up the camera with outstretched arms and taking a photo of themselves. The user's camera was carefully placed behind the hands of the statue to create the realistic-looking selfie shots.

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