I recently visited the grave of Richard Wagner behind the Wagner Museum in Bayreuth, Germany and thought I would share theÂ photosÂ I took while there. Â The graveÂ itselfÂ is not very remarkable and theÂ onlyÂ way you know it is is his is because there are signs pointing to it. Â There is no marking on the grave itself saying it is where Wagner and his wife are buried. Â There is an outstanding site with a wealth of information on the composer at the Richard Wagner Archive. The gravestone for the dog says Here rests andÂ guardsÂ Wagner’s Russ. Â Russ was the name of his dog.
I saw these posters several years ago at a site I can no longer remember and saw them again today in my random pictures folder. Â As graphic design college students know, sometimes the words that accompany images can make them more humorous. I think they are hilarious so I decided to share them. Â They no doubt exist in many other places on the intertubes as well. If anyone knows where to attribute these please let me know in the comments, a sense of humor like this needs to be encouraged.