The Personality of Parisian Neighborhoods Expressed Through Typography

Havas Worl­wide Paris, a glob­al design agency, reawak­ened fond mem­o­ries of my days liv­ing in Paris. They did it by cre­at­ing this artis­tic video that cap­tures the char­ac­ter of Parisian neighborhoods/metro stops through typog­ra­phy. The Marais, Latin Quar­ter, Mont­martre, Père Lachaise, Bastille — they all get a cre­ative nod.

The video was orig­i­nal­ly cre­at­ed as a New Years Greet­ing card, and it comes to us via Pret-a-Porter.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Le Fla­neur: Time Lapse Video of Paris With­out the Peo­ple

Names of Paris Métro Stops Act­ed Out: Pho­tos by Janol Apin

It’s 5:46 A.M. and Paris Is Under Water

David Lynch Talks About His 99 Favorite Pho­tographs at Paris Pho­to 2012


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