Tag Archives: French

Cuisine Sandwich

Cuisine Sandwich is French “gallery of sandwich” and the site of sandwich contest. Any “sandwich artist” is allowed to submit the photos of their creations. Unfortunately there are some people cheating – I saw some stolen images submitted. The prizes … Continue reading

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Vintage Posters at Charles Michael Gallery

Charles Michael Gallery has some nice works of art, including paintings and prints, and other objects. However, I’m much more interested in the vintage posters session. Divided in eight categories, from travel and transportation to sports, it’s great collection with … Continue reading

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Comics Before Comics

The on-line exhibition from the Bibliotèque nationale de France Comics Before Comics (La BD avant la BD) presents precious panorama of the comics beginning. The visual travel begins with the ancient illustrated bibles made for Kings and the aristocracy’s books, … Continue reading

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Les affiches françaises du film noir américain

A marvellous on-line exhibition from Bibliothèwue du Film: Les affiches françaises du film noir américain (The French posters of American noir films). I would be happier with more images of posters. However, the images are nice, there is a resume … Continue reading

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The Hammer Collection De Daniel Frenette

The Hammer Collection De Daniel Frenette, aka “La Passion De La Hammer Films”, is a homage of Daniel Frenette to the Hammer Film Productions. The site tells the story of the Hammer films and the companies that bet in the … Continue reading

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Ralatak

Ralatak is a funny French short nimation realised by Camile Campion, Dorian Février, Frédéric Fourier, Frédéric Lafay and Olivier Sicot, students of ESRA of Bretagne, in 2006. The sun rises in a peaceful clearing in the harvest where many several … Continue reading

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La photographie humaniste

From the Bibliothèque nationale de France La photographie humaniste (the Humanist Photography): 1945 -1968. The beginning of photojournalism in France in the 1930s, when the photography started to win more space in the press, the first press agencies and the … Continue reading

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Le Rire

The French humoristic magazine Le Rire was published from October 1894 through the 1950s. Founded in Paris by Felix Juven during the Belle Époque, Le Rire appeared as typical Parisians began to achieve more education, income and leisure time. Interest … Continue reading

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La collection Libertinage

La collection Libertinage is a collection from La Bibliothèque électronique du Québec composed by books that are “susceptible to offend the readers’ modesty”, what I prefer to call naughty books. There are PDF versions of nine book, including Sade’s La … Continue reading

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French Animated Musical Videos

A tort ou a raison is a very creative animation that plays with a fly, cups of wine a table, coins, the paper used in some restaurants and drawings made on it to composed the video. Produced by Virginie Giachino … Continue reading

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