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Paris vs New York (16 pics)

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  • 4 Nov, 2010  |
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“Paris vs New York, a tally of two cities”, this is the series of posters about Paris and New York, comparing the two cities. Here’s what the author wrote about his work: “A friendly visual match between those two cities, as seen by a Parisian-based-lover on New York's details, clichés and contradictions.”

1 Paris vs New York (16 pics)


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№1 Author: Dust (4 Nov 2010 05:26) Total user comments: 235


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Tres bon! Great!
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№2 Author: Jinxaruny (4 Nov 2010 06:45) Total user comments: 10324


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№3 Author: Guiom (4 Nov 2010 10:27) Total user comments: 84


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excellent and funny. But I prefer my pigeons :)
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№4 Author: Mr. Yotsuya (4 Nov 2010 10:38) Total user comments: 51


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The colors and font recall a bygone era of polyester, stagflation, and flared trousers, n'est-ce pas?
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№5 Author: Urs (4 Nov 2010 12:02) Total user comments: 15


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et voila 03
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№6 Author: elunicotomas (4 Nov 2010 13:40) Total user comments: 1680


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Jinxaruny,
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№7 Author: 2fuzzy (4 Nov 2010 13:49) Total user comments: 10400


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meh
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№8 Author: nico (4 Nov 2010 13:56) Total user comments: 3050


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№9 Author: yamaz (4 Nov 2010 15:22) Total user comments: 625


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coffee? bad example dudes, french coffee sucks ass. the espresso is ITALIAN
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№10 Author: dragonerred (4 Nov 2010 18:04) Total user comments: 237


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they comparing the size not the coffe stupid wolf!
Paris was the world city of 20th century and new york is the world city of 21th century
by french people. 29
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№11 Author: Ty Webb (4 Nov 2010 18:23) Total user comments: 6156


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taxi vs. SNL??? I know I am not a brain child or anything but jeepers wally I don't get it!

I can't help but remember some of the French people I have met. I can be more clear about this, and that is I do not lump all French people as the same in any way. That being said... On the one hand I met French gentleman who was intelligent fun to talk to but after being on this side of the pond for a month he still did not find his way to the shower or bathtub. I know Americans are thought to shower more often than need be but I caould hardley stand with in 5 feet of him without gagging. How do you not sense when everybody stays away from you that you need a bath? Like I said I do not think all French people smell but this guy was so far beyond smelling bad it was sad.

On the other hand one of my best friends in the world is a girl named Sarah who is absolutely stunning. When she walks into a room everyone turns their head and stares even straight girls and gay guys. It is funny because she always smells incredible! She is without a doubt the smartest person I have EVER met and she is also an amazing person inside as well. She makes instant friends every where she goes. I consider myself lucky to have her as a friend. So there . Two very different French people that I am glad I have met (one just needs to take a bath...oh please please please take a bath) one of which I am happy to call a best friend.
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№12 Author: bruce88lee (4 Nov 2010 18:49) Total user comments: 1818


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№13 Author: Lu (4 Nov 2010 19:01) Total user comments: 15082


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Ja well no fine.
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№14 Author: DocMcCoy (4 Nov 2010 19:28) Total user comments: 6039


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Different is good. 12
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№15 Author: capt.huffnpuff (4 Nov 2010 19:35) Total user comments: 2801


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Don't kid yourself. Paris has both flying rats and sewer rats. So does New York. 25
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№16 Author: khannibal (4 Nov 2010 19:52) Total user comments: 4711


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№17 Author: joffenbaker (4 Nov 2010 21:41) Total user comments: 4965


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Jesus Ty, nothing more to say?
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№18 Author: adzhoe (5 Nov 2010 01:51) Total user comments: 14959


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№19 Author: thassos (5 Nov 2010 02:57) Total user comments: 362


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damn...is like comparing shit with shit...both have their flaws and goods so this is useless they are the same...you can feel the same in both cities....except that in NY you can fuckin understand most of the people...in France even if you have a high level of understanding their language...you can still be amazed by their bad habit to trash it. 07
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№20 Author: Patty (5 Nov 2010 03:42) Total user comments: 1766


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Trs cool!! Tiens que je pourrais aller Paris.
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№21 Author: mahedi (5 Nov 2010 16:48) Total user comments: 10772


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№22 Author: avellino (5 Nov 2010 22:11) Total user comments: 107


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Neither one nor another ...Viva South America 45
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№23 Author: VelveTongue (5 Nov 2010 23:37) Total user comments: 1052


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French coffee is soooooooooooooo yuck.
I prefer american one if I can't have one espresso of mine..
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№24 Author: wololo (6 Nov 2010 14:30) Total user comments: 383


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hmmm.... i didnt understand much but watever makes u happy
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№25 Author: rockers114 (13 Nov 2010 10:06) Total user comments: 544


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taxiiiiii 04 04 04
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№26 Author: Louie (28 Nov 2010 19:54) Total user comments: 8189


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