In case you were curious, that is the face of a Greco-Roman statue, modeled after those at the Vatican Museum, “posing” for a selfie.
Thanks to some careful camera angling, Reddit user “jazsus_ur_lookin_well” took these photographs of statues at the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork, Ireland, as a way to join old art with new… art. (Is a selfie art? What would Kim Kardashian say?)
“The staff in that art gallery were giving me some strange looks,” the user wrote on Reddit.
At least this person didn’t break any of them.
(h/t Bored Panda)
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