The Secret Life of Skeletons


Does Paris, France-based Marc Da Cunha Lopes know of a world that we don’t? Has he found a secret land of sad and depressed skeletons? It would seem so by his latest series titled Vertebrata

Cunha is known for his spectacular photo manipulations and sweet stories like Lulu and her White Mouse.

We love how he places these sullen skeletons in empty and abandoned environments. Don’t they look as if they’re searching for something? (Maybe their skin!)











Marc Da Cunha Lopes’ website



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