Archives ofTony the “Cement maker“
It was impossible for me to keep shooting photos for French Truckers without stopping by Lyon. One part of my friends and family would have ended up holding it against me, I mean for forgetting their beloved city. Passing through Rhône and Saône, two weeks ago, I enjoyed a sunny weather to walk calmly along… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
The beginning of the year is most probably a time where we like to stay home, calmly, comfortably, wrapped up in some soft and warm fabrics. Recovering from last years’ adventures gulping down excessive amounts of subtly cooked dished is not exactly a picnic, you would certainly agree. Moreover, this period has to be braved… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Town. Some like it, some hate it. It fascinates, never leaves unmoved. Wall are its limits, windows illuminate it. It is simple to get lost in it and even more to lose yourself into it. Better worth exploring it. Le chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture, this former circular railway connecting Paris’ main railroad stations,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Summer has taken its French leave after having unexpectedly persisted till the early days of October. Leaves are starting to fall from the trees and I am feeling an irresistible need to snuggle up into a thick and comfortable cardigan. People often ask how to cloak themselves on mid-seasons, better not to think about it…. Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
When travels are failing, TV shows broaden the mind. Especially those from the 1980′s improved mine. Miami Vice is to be considered like some show you don’t watch for the script but only because it is aesthetically pleasing (and to learn how to chat girls up). What if we were transposing Miami Vice in Paris… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
It was obvious that French Truckers’ path was going to cross La Gaîté Lyrique’s one. La Gaîté Lyrique, new Parisian cultural center, explores digital cultures in all their forms. That’s now our turn to explore La Gaîté Lyrique. In a relaxed outfit, between piqué cotton and linen, my adventures drove me to the historical center… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Saturday mornings have a particular flavour. Temporal tripartite conflict opposing week habits to the difficulty of recovering from a festal friday night. Also coming into play: the deep wish to finally enjoy a day off. Saturday mornings are always moments where wandering soldiers try to rebuild the story of their night, the story of their… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
If I say to you, “Dude, you rock!” and you reply “What? What’s the matter?!” I think you can skip to the next article to find your heart’s desire! Because this time, I’m talking about the collection of vintage t-shirts to end them all, one that makes all other t-shirts we’ve ever seen look like… Read moreno validationand2 comments for this article.
School’s back, so you might want to buy yourself a new bag. Although Tann’s has brought out restyled bags, we recommend Cyclus bags. Aside from the fact they’re the perfect size for your Mac, these bags are also unique in their design process that recycling fans will adore! Cyclus bags are in fact made from… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
You always need good t-shirts. If you run out of ironed shirts in your wardrobe, stick on a t-shirt, a velvet jacket and you’re ready to face a hard day at work or a night of debauchery. A t-shirt with a well-chosen message can even spark off unexpected situations. It’s often difficult to avoid abysmal… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.