Death of a salesman by Paul Vanzella

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Harking back to the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s salesman often had to travel across the country for months at a time… such disconnected souls.

Maybe he is free and just didn’t want to sell anymore.
However, we are all salesmen in one way or another.


Comments

  • MuscularTeeth
    MuscularTeethabout 7 years ago

    wow dude. you constantly make everyone else here look like the audience..
    wow.
    do another version, add wings on him and have a fallen- angel.
    ye gads .
    its incredible.

  • Alexander Gitlits
    Alexander Gitlitsabout 7 years ago

    Great concept and well executed!

  • Rocketchook
    Rocketchookabout 7 years ago

    By the look of all the empty bottles against the fence , he might have thrown a few back before he crashed out . That is a funny pic.

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorabout 7 years ago

    wow…. I don’t mind being an audience when I’m looking at stuff like this… and yes I agree with mr teeth… wings would be wonderful….. ever watch the great german film… wing of an angel by wim wenders….? anyway this is like the scence when the fallen angel comes to earth…. wonderful image…

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 7 years ago

    Awesome work Paul, love how you’ve constructed this piece! Disconnected with life until he’s allowed to be free to feel the light……that’s how I see it…Fabulous!

  • t1nyskert
    t1nyskertabout 7 years ago

    indeed…when i see your images like this it tends to make me go back and try harder…simply outstanding babe

  • ltruskett
    ltruskettabout 7 years ago

    I think his car broke down. He started to try to walk out of the desert. He ran out of water. The temperature was 40 degrees. He peeled of all his clothes in his delirium. The he came across a rancid pool of water, drank from it and died an incredibly painful, lonely death. This shot is the Forensic photo taken at the scene. His eyes had been picked out by crows. Strangley though, when they uploaded the images at the police station, there was this weird anomoly on the image. They had no explanation for it.

    P.S Glad a scorpion didn’t bite you on the bum…………Good looking dead guy…………….Amazing backdrop………love it to bits……….clever you.

  • Barssel
    Barsselabout 7 years ago

    Salesman surrounded by the rubbish and pollution we used and he sold. His body will return to the soil the chattels of his and our lives usually don’t…………….this is a powerful image with a strong message for me, thanks Paul.

  • Bronwen Hyde
    Bronwen Hydeabout 7 years ago

    fantastic tones and atmosphere

  • Varinia   - Globalphotos
    Varinia - Gl...about 7 years ago

    Great concept yet again, your mind is certainly an interesting place :))


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