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.

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