David Cessac, who passed away yesterday, always amused us with the witty illustrations and commentary he created for his Untapped Cities column, A Few Parisians.More
Today is the last day you can enter to win this signed original print by A Few Parisians columnist David Cessac!More
In this giveaway, you can win an original signed print of the piece, “To be or not to be…a Parisian” by David Cessac, illustrator of A Few Parisians.More
A video marking the one year anniversary of David Cessac’s column on Untapped Cities, A Few Parisians, and the creation of his latest, “To Be Or Not To Be.”More
Illustrator David Cessac brings us into the perfume shop of Frédéric Malle, where scents are named like books with evocative titles in A Few ParisiansMore
August is probably the most delightful time of the year: the one during which the Parisians are almost all gone on vacation.More
When it’s so hot in the city, it’s a fact, Parisians don’t have the strength to complain any longer.More
Le Pont des Arts in Paris is famous for the “love locks” promising eternal love… But what happens when the relationship is over?More
In the heart of Paris, there are Les Halles … Or at least what remains of them. Because right now it is just an open building site exposing itself to the gaze of passersby.
But basically, it is questionable whether les Halles have ever been anything else than a framework. There is always this vague impression …More
Wearing sunglasses can be a militant act. Seriously. Especially when spring is slow to set in and Paris is too cold and grey in May.
As soon as the first rays of sun come out, Parisians proudly wear their shades, as a challenge to God and to the weatherman. France is a country of rebels- never …More
A Few Parisians: spring has sprung, which means Parisians will fight to the death for a lawn chair in the Jardin des Tuileries.More
Easter has just been celebrated with its usual flood of colorful eggs. But the best eggs are not hidden in gardens … but in Parisian bistros like Le Père Claude at La Motte Picquet.More