After my adventures with Pixartprinting exploring the floors of Venice, Barcelona and London, the web to print company called me again to start a new and exciting project. It consists in discovering cities through their historical and beautiful storefronts.


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Paris is so beautiful that travellers are often blinded by the glow of its tourist hot spots. But if you dig below the surface, you will uncover another story of the city. A story made by the people who put art and creativity at the core of their everyday life. A look inside some of the Paris shop fronts, at the life going on behind them, will bring you closer to the vibrant pulse of the city.

The beauty of Paris is more than its amazing museums and monuments. Ancient families of craftsman and young designers, food lovers and music addicts, even opticians and dry cleaners, display a unique savoir faire that adds creativity to everyday life. Their workshops, laboratories and boutiques tell a different tale of the city. Next time you go to Paris, take some time to delve into this world: you will not regret it.

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#1 Drew Harré, Relaxing At The Entrance Of His Fish And Wine Restaurant

Drew Harré, Relaxing At The Entrance Of His Fish And Wine Restaurant

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Yvonne Bernal 8 months ago

That mosaic tile work is exceptional. I think I've seen this restaurant on Facebook too!

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#2 Bernard Poussin (Left) And Diane Junique In Front Of Their Two-Centuries-Old Chocolaterie

Bernard Poussin (Left) And Diane Junique In Front Of Their Two-Centuries-Old Chocolaterie

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Yvonne Bernal 8 months ago

WOW! This storefront "pulls you in" as much as what you'll see once you get inside! YUM!

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#3 Chef Christophe Duparay In Front Of His Restaurant

Chef Christophe Duparay In Front Of His Restaurant

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Yvonne Bernal 8 months ago

I LOVE that they turned an old antique pharmacy turned into a restaurant; boutique bistro - it's wonderful to keep the old nostalgia and mix it with new! I wish I could see inside now too :)

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#5 Boris Lumé, Standing Proudly At The Entrance Of His Lovely Bakery-Confectionery

Boris Lumé, Standing Proudly At The Entrance Of His Lovely Bakery-Confectionery

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Yvonne Bernal 8 months ago

This reminds me of the stores on Main Street, USA - Disneyland :) I now understand where Disney got some of his wonderful ideas!

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#6 Gilles Berthommier And One Of His Puppets At The Door Of His Workshop

Gilles Berthommier And One Of His Puppets At The Door Of His Workshop

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Yvonne Bernal 8 months ago

WOWZA - That is one of the fanciest marionettes I've ever seen. Beautiful.

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#7 Norbert Proudly Displays The Collection Of Shoes He Designs

Norbert Proudly Displays The Collection Of Shoes He Designs

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Krystyna Chojnowska 8 months ago

wow.. making shoes ymm "manually" (forgive my English) - sth that is so rare these days.. so precious.

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#8 Yann Bilhaud Waits For Children At The Door Of The Toy Shop He Runs

Yann Bilhaud Waits For Children At The Door Of The Toy Shop He Runs

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Yvonne Bernal 8 months ago

This shop owner even looks 'young at heart' - the kid who never got older! His passion for children and their toys shows in his smile.

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#15 Maxime Hubert, At The Entrance Of The Reference Jazz Music Shop In Paris

Maxime Hubert, At The Entrance Of The Reference Jazz Music Shop In Paris

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Kjorn 8 months ago

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same color as the restaurant we saw before