Friday, October 21, 2005

Paris Loves you


Like all big cities Paris has many, many gifts and souvenirs shops. This one though is very original; it is located at the end of boulevard Saint Germain and I could not help smiling when I saw it... And what better message to send you all before the week-end!!

14 comments:

  1. And I love it back too!!!!! Have a great weekend!

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  2. There are 4 sentences there, and none of them is translated in French.

    Mais que fait la police?!?! :~))

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  3. I love the sign--it looks so 70's. Have a peaceful weekend.

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  4. Yes! I perfectly know this shop. Some Tours d'Eiffel, a handbell and a mug have moved to my home at Moscow directly from it! Oh, has forgotten to mention a magnet on a refrigerator! I love you too, Paris!

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  5. Too funny, my wife just looked over my shoulder and said HEH !!!! I know that shop !!! She also has a few other down in other parts of town... Nice weekend shot...

    ==Alaska

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  6. Hi, I'm going to be studying in Paris next semester and came across your blog. I will definietly be coming back and seeing it often. Nice pictures and descriptions. I'm so eager to go, and these pictures just fuel my enthusiasm!--JoNae

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  7. >> Debs : I would have say that this kind of design is more influenced by the 60's psychedelic era than by the 70's. Even if this kind of art could also be seen in 70's.
    And it's fun. I came to a shop like this one with a trinidadian friend, she loves it. And I could see things I never imagine that could exist (thongs with an Eiffel tower, i.e.) ! What a wonderful exemple of the "bon goût français" !

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  8. I remember that shop was recently copying the Olympic Games campaign logo. As we loose it (I'm so glad) they change the style...
    by the way, come to see some our my photos of Paris...

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