So this post is more about the discovery I have made recently, and while I wasn't posting during the last month, I was indeed discovering and imagining the different things I could share.
Which is how I found those odd 8-Bit block tags scattered around Paris.
Often in large cities we walk with our head hanging, staring at our feet and avoiding the things around us. We have iPods stuck in our ears, hands in our pockets and we simply want to transport ourselves to the direction we are heading.
Hence where I come in.
I tend to be a stroller, those types that look around and observe with an attentitive interest in all the details around me. That odd looking fountain from the 16th century, the group of children playing in the grass, everything.
One day we were wandering around our neighborhood and after staring up at a building, I noticed this odd little mosaic in the form of an 8-bit creature plastered to the wall.
Then I started to collect them...
|Near the 3ème Arrondissement, near a Brunch place|
|Another one in the 3ème Arrondissement|
|Found while wandering with my Finnish friend, it was plastered next to a fountain from the 17th century, Fontaine Boucherat in the 3ème|
|Bri staring at the plastered piece near Métro Volontaires in the 15th|
|Down my street in the 15th, Rue LeCourbe|
|Rue Leon Delhomme, 15ème arrondissement|
|Rue de la Choiseuil 2ème arrondissement|
|Rue de la Verrerie, 4ème Arrondissement|
Anyone else have these?