French Florist Spends 15 Years Decorating His Shop With 800 Water Cans

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Bruno Geyer, a passionate florist from the quaint village of Rougemont Le Chateau , in the Franche-Comté region of France, has been decorating his flower shop with water cans for the last 15 years. He currently has around 800 of them hanging from the walls and roof of his shop, and even covering a nearby hillside. Continue reading »

The Art Of Living In French Polynesia

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Gray Malin has situated archetypal Mid-Century Modern designs by Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, and Knoll atop a floating 15 foot square mirrored platform handcrafted with the help of local engineers. Emphasizing the form of the furniture, ‘Art of Living‘ was photographed from a vantage point where the colossal Mount Otemanu presents a symmetrical and stunning backdrop. by situating stylized interior design elements in an unexpected outdoor setting, the series places natural and manmade beauty side-by-side, asking viewers to interpret the art of design in a new way. Continue reading »

French Artist Eyes Record With Giant Swiss Hillside Portrait

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A painting, created by French artist Saype and said to be the world’s largest biodegradable painting is seen on the Chaux-de-Mont ski slope above the Alp resort of Leysin. The painting is made with flour, linseed oil, water and biodegradable natural pigments. Continue reading »

French Artist Creates Mind Blowing Trompe-L’oeil Illusions

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Patrick Commecy, a talented street artist from France, makes these mind-bending hyper-realistic wall paintings. The before and after photos show the big difference these murals create. It is true that sometimes walls of a building can look really dull and boring, but Patrick has some mad skills to transform them into something amazing and beautiful. Continue reading »

Extraordinary Black And White Fashion Photography By John French In The 1950s And 1960s

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John French (1906–1966) was one of London’s top fashion photographers of the 1950s and 1960s, an era when those who wore and photographed clothing for a living could become famous overnight. The models he worked with included the most famous of the time and many were debutantes who went on to become well-known society figures. John persuaded the art editors of the national press to use his flawlessly lit images of top models and his work appeared in virtually every newspaper and magazine. Continue reading »

French Artist Makes Louvre Pyramid ‘Disappear’ In Optical Illusion

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Photo by Francois Mori / AP Photo

The French street artist known as “JR” has made the Louvre Pyramid in Paris disappear in an optical illusion created by covering the huge glass structure with a trompe l’oeil photo installation depicting the museum that surrounds it. Continue reading »

Artist Uses His Feet To Create Gigantic ‘Game Of Thrones’ Snow Art In French Alps

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The French Alps has just got a “Game of Thrones” facelift (…no worries, Alps are still there). The British snow artist Simon Beck is gearing up for the next season of the popular show and warning people about the coming winter. Continue reading »

McDonald’s Introduces Chocolate-Covered French Fries To Japan

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Photo: Brian Ashcraft / Kotaku

McDonald’s is attempting to reverse its sagging fortunes in Japan with the launch this week of a new menu item: french fries smothered in chocolate sauce. Continue reading »

These French Firefighters Have Released The Most Stunning 2016 Charity Calendar You’ve Ever Seen

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Being a firefighter is one of the most noble, and at the same time one of the most dangerous professions in the world. These people put their lives at risk to save others every single day. Continue reading »

Three “Star Wars” Fans Opened The French Academy Of The Sport Saber League In Paris

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Marion (L) and Nikola (R), members of the Sport Saber League, pose with their light sabers in front of the Eiffel tower in Paris, France, November 26, 2015. Three “Star Wars” fans opened the French Academy of the Sport Saber League in September 2015 due to the increase interest for light saber fighting and the upcoming movie “The Force Awakens” which will premier in Paris, December 16th, two days before its worldwide official release. (Photo by Charles Platiau/Reuters)
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French Artist Restores Flea Market Paintings And Adds His Own Stories To Them

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Introduced by Guy Debord and his revolutionary famous organization of International Situationist of Dadaism, the distortion is being reborn with the paintbrush of the young painter Blase. By discovering forgotten masters’ painting in flea markets, sometimes in a pitiful state, Blase (as Blasepheme) uses very academic techniques of restoration to modify the original painting. Like a fresh boost or facelift, the paintings get a second life. Continue reading »

Watch a Plane Take Off from This Runway in the French Alps

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Courchevel Altiport (IATA: CVF, ICAO: LFLJ) is an altiport serving Courchevel, a ski resort in the French Alps. The airfield has a very short runway of only 537 metres (1,762 ft) with a gradient of 18.6%. Continue reading »

Think Nature – The New Vegetal Creations of French Designer Monsieur Plant

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After his amazing project Just Grow It!, the vegetal sneakers, here is a selection of the latest creations of the French artist and designer Christophe Guinet, aka Monsieur Plant, based in Marseille, and his poetic nature-oriented projects. Continue reading »

“Climate Noah’s Arch” Project By French Artist Gad Weil Will Be Exhibited In Paris

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Sculptures of animals which are part of an artistic project called “Climate Noah’s Arch” by French artist Gad Weil, are pictured in Gennevilliers, near Paris, France, September 3, 2015. More than a hundred animal sculptures will be exhibited when Paris hosts the World Climate Summit, called the COP21, from November 30 to December 11, 2015. (Photo by Benoit Tessier/Reuters)
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French Designers Create A Tiny Bathroom In A Box

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Bathroom design company Line Art, has created La Cabine for French company, La Fonction. Continue reading »