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Tag Archives: France
It may not be an original idea, but the booksellers at Librairie Mollat in Bordeaux, France are having a lot of fun playing with book cover art. You can follow along on the bookstore’s Instagram page.
Paris can be a glorious city, but sometimes the streets reek of urine from pippi savage (wild peeing). Now a team of entrepreneurs has developed a clever solution to this urban menace. The Uritrottoir (the name combines the words for urinal and pavement) is … Continue reading
About a year ago, we had a peek at some of Paris-based pastry chef Tal Spiegel’s tantalizing photos of dazzling baked delights. Since I acutely needed a break from the non-stop depressing news cycle, I decided to catch-up on Chef … Continue reading
I’m not much of a linguist, but when I travel I love to learn odd expressions from local languages and cultures. British illustrator Paul Blow has been creating wonderful images based on idioms that has discovered during his own travels. … Continue reading
International ad agency Havas Worldwide recently created these amusing public safety cartoons for RATP the Paris and Ile de France transport organization. I just wonder why they’re all in English. Are tourists the only dumb train riders?
I’ve been following photographer Sebastian Erras’ wonderful projects for a few years now. You may remember his brilliant series that focus on the floors of various of European cities. Now he has turned his camera upward towards the beautiful storefronts … Continue reading
New work in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg by the amazing French artist known as Mantra.