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    Carlos Ayesta, a freelance photographer specializing in architecture, is apparently unafraid of heights. He snaps photos while scaling down the sides of buildings, most recently in Paris.

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    — 8 months ago with 2 notes
    #Red Peak  #photography  #Architecture  #Paris 

    ABANDONED TO ART GALLERY

    In its heyday, Paris nightclub Les Bains-Douche played host to raucous parties with the likes of Kate Moss, Andy Warhol, and David Bowie but since the space was condemned due to structural insecurity in 2010 it has sat unused and blocked from the public. However in the past few months, a team of over 50 street artists and a group of photographers to document it all have breathed new life into the nightclub.

    The former 19th century municipal bathhouse is scheduled to be demolished in several days but in the meantime the Magda Danysz Gallery has curated “Un Jour, Un Artiste”, treating the building as a temporary art gallery. Check out the blog here for daily photos and artist write-ups (in French of course).

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    — 11 months ago
    #Paris  #nightclub  #Le Bains Douche  #UnJourUnArtiste  #street art  #design  #graffiti  #art  #gallery  #photography 

    Artist Thierry Cohen illustrates what the world’s cities would look like if we were able to see the constellations beyond the smog.  He has re-imagined what some of the world’s largest cities would look like with a starry backdrop- see if you can identify the newly lit locations.  Click for his entire portfolio of work.

    — 1 year ago with 6 notes
    #art  #global cities  #smog  #pollution  #new york  #rio  #san francisco  #paris  #thierry cohen  #darkened cities 
    What colors are people wearing in Paris, Milan and Antwerp? Color Forecast put high-def cameras in each city which track and analyze the colors to provide real time data on the world’s most fashionable cities. http://bit.ly/IEbqjD

    What colors are people wearing in Paris, Milan and Antwerp? Color Forecast put high-def cameras in each city which track and analyze the colors to provide real time data on the world’s most fashionable cities. http://bit.ly/IEbqjD

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #color  #data  #fashion  #Paris  #Milan  #Antwerp  #design  #infographic  #trends 
    The Louvre has started using Nintendo 3DS consoles as digital tour guides. The two-screened tech device is an unconventional, yet smart, choice to display museum maps and info.  http://bit.ly/HSA0Rl

    The Louvre has started using Nintendo 3DS consoles as digital tour guides. The two-screened tech device is an unconventional, yet smart, choice to display museum maps and info.  http://bit.ly/HSA0Rl

    — 2 years ago with 2 notes
    #Nintendo  #Louvre  #Art  #Paris  #3D  #console  #digital  #museum 
    Paris vs. New York, a graphic look at the city’s differences by Parisian designer Vahram Muratyan http://bit.ly/vCgweb

    Paris vs. New York, a graphic look at the city’s differences by Parisian designer Vahram Muratyan http://bit.ly/vCgweb

    — 2 years ago with 8 notes
    #Paris  #New York  #Vahram Muratyan  #graphic design  #urban  #culture 
    Calling all David Lynch fans, the director is opening a members-only nightclub in Paris and the design is beautiful. http://bit.ly/u7zZzm

    Calling all David Lynch fans, the director is opening a members-only nightclub in Paris and the design is beautiful. http://bit.ly/u7zZzm

    — 2 years ago with 16 notes
    #David Lynch  #design  #Paris  #club  #travel  #film 
    If the world’s 7 billion people lived in one city, how big would that city be? Tim De Chant argues that “density begets efficiency.” http://bit.ly/vVus78

    If the world’s 7 billion people lived in one city, how big would that city be? Tim De Chant argues that “density begets efficiency.” http://bit.ly/vVus78

    — 2 years ago with 67 notes
    #urban  #population  #design  #infographic  #efficiency  #smarter cities  #7 billion  #Paris  #New York  #London 
    Fabric filled potholes in Paris bring unexpected beauty to the streets http://bit.ly/jOhvIR

    Fabric filled potholes in Paris bring unexpected beauty to the streets http://bit.ly/jOhvIR

    — 2 years ago with 17 notes
    #Paris  #street art  #fabric  #art  #potholes 

    The Escape Machine - Where would you escape to? A delightful piece from SNCF. http://tinyurl.com/3jx3k8t

    — 3 years ago with 4 notes
    #SNCF  #travel  #escape  #guerilla  #advertising  #Paris  #fun 
    Comfort #4, a light installation in Paris by Lang & Baumann for the “Nuit Blanche” event. http://tinyurl.com/4dududl

    Comfort #4, a light installation in Paris by Lang & Baumann for the “Nuit Blanche” event. http://tinyurl.com/4dududl

    — 3 years ago with 1 note
    #Paris  #Installation  #Nuit Blanche  #Light 

    2,000 photos = 1 gorgeous tour of Paris.

    — 3 years ago with 4 notes
    #Paris  #photography  #travel  #stop motion 

    Promotional Videos for EF Language Schools. The typography is absolutely beautiful and the videography - stunning! This collaborative effort was created by Gustav Johansson, Niklas Johansson, Albin Holmqvist, and Camp David. 4 videos in total.

    — 3 years ago
    #video  #typography  #paris  #promotion  #EF Language Schools