Posts tagged with ‘paris

Paris gets a life size T-rex skeleton statue made from platinum
350 chrome molded bones create the framework for the 3 by 6 meter (12’ by 21’) contemporary artwork. the t-rex, a fixture in popular culture, is characterized by its massive skull, long powerful tail, and treacherous teeth, all which are exemplified in pasqua’s skeletal construction. the towering silver structure surprises passers-by, synthesizing the relationship between artistry and shock value.
Made by Phillippe Pasqua
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Paris gets a life size T-rex skeleton statue made from platinum

350 chrome molded bones create the framework for the 3 by 6 meter (12’ by 21’) contemporary artwork. the t-rex, a fixture in popular culture, is characterized by its massive skull, long powerful tail, and treacherous teeth, all which are exemplified in pasqua’s skeletal construction. the towering silver structure surprises passers-by, synthesizing the relationship between artistry and shock value.

Made by Phillippe Pasqua

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New Year’s Eve, armed robbers loot Paris Apple store to the tune of $1.5 million

As Parisians were counting down to midnight on New Year’s Eve and while much of the Paris police force was out doing crowd control, a group of armed robbers went to an Apple store and carefully looted around $1.5 million in Apple merchandise. 

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Complete mammoth skeleton found near Paris

Paris has a lot of things to see and do, and you can now add one more rarity to the list— an almost complete mammoth skeleton. Perhaps it might now be le cloning time?

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Cyborg beaten up in a Paris McDonald’s by primitive pre-cyber Homo sapiens

When Google Glasses arrive, heralding the beginning of the Cyber sapien race, your cyber-grandchildren will ask you when the first punch was thrown that started the Homo-Cyber War and you can say that it happened in June 2012 at a McDonald’s in Paris. That’s where a man with an eye camera was assaulted by McDonald’s employees to having their every moved recorded as a cyborg was just trying to order lunch.

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Disneyland Paris might be a getting a ‘Star Wars Land’ park in 2015

When it first opened in 1992, Disneyland Paris was a bit of a joke and was a money pit of a project for Disney for a while. By now, things have picked up and Disneyland Paris is doing pretty well, and in 2015, they’ll be getting a Star Wars Land park. Okay, so I’ve gotten used to Lucas shitting all over the franchise, but I’d still love to see a Star Wars park in the US. All we get is Star Tours and a dancing Darth Vader.

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And now, here’s Paul Gaugin playing a harmonium pantsless
Taken in Paris in 1895, here’s artist Paul Gaugin sans pants playing a harmonium. Why? Because shit was crazy in Paris in the 1890s.
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And now, here’s Paul Gaugin playing a harmonium pantsless

Taken in Paris in 1895, here’s artist Paul Gaugin sans pants playing a harmonium. Why? Because shit was crazy in Paris in the 1890s.

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Photos of Parisian prostitutes from the 1950s and 1960s

Swedish-born photographer Christer Strömholm shot these absolutely stunning black and white photographs of Parisian prostitutes, both female and transsexual in Pigalle, starting from the early 1950s and going into the 1960s.

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And if you were recently in Paris, here are photos from Zombie Walk Paris
See lots more here and here on Flickr

And if you were recently in Paris, here are photos from Zombie Walk Paris

See lots more here and here on Flickr

Amazing optical illusion at the town hall in Paris
It looks like a grassy globe, but look closer at the people standing near the North Pole area. The “globe” covers 1500 square meters, measures 100 meters long and uses 1200 square meters of lawn. Approximately, 90 gardeners worked for five days to assemble the entire display. 
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Amazing optical illusion at the town hall in Paris

It looks like a grassy globe, but look closer at the people standing near the North Pole area. The “globe” covers 1500 square meters, measures 100 meters long and uses 1200 square meters of lawn. Approximately, 90 gardeners worked for five days to assemble the entire display. 

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