Monday, September 05, 2011

Jean-Paul Goude/Paris!

I bought this book 'cause I love the cover. Paris graphics are terrific.
 No one does it better in Paris than Jean-Paul Goude

© Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries LafayetteThis morning surfing around a link took me to a Galeries Lafayette page full of Goude..
© Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette © Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette © Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette
It's impossible to take a Metro without meeting up with Goude enroute.
© Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette
© Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette

© Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette © Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette © Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette
© Photo de Jean-Paul Goude pour Galeries Lafayette!
BONJOUR J-P GOUDE/PARIS!

16 comments:

  1. Geri, NJ12:54 PM

    I love his work...thanks for putting a name and a link to it!

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  2. What wonderful post on Labor Day, Carol!
    I thoroughly enjoyed the graphics, wonderful indeed.

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  3. Goude is amazing! That book...it appears to be in French...so even the French have to study to be Parisian?

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  4. That was a great post! I enjoyed every image, and will keep an eye out for those posters in the metro in a couple of weeks...Thanks.

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  5. The how to become a Parisienne IS in French but any nincompoop can figure it out - basically where to buy stuff, where to eat, where to get yr nails done etc.
    The deeper, darker secrets of inner Frenchiness are elusive comme habitude :(

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  6. Adorable as usual PB

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  7. Goude is just plain delicious!
    Strike out the plain.

    Nothing plain about him and everything fanciful!

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  8. Great images, Carol!! Sounds a wonderful book! Kisses!

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  9. Fabulous post, Carol. I love these images! I'm off to Paris tomorrow. Wish you were coming with me! xo Jamie

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  10. Fun, Carol! Happy Labor day! It's getting ready to storm here--you can see it brewing. I'll pretend I'm grilling out, how's that!? I'm making chicken piccata. (Not exactly Labor Day fare, but it's what I have here!)

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  11. Amazing photos - he is very inventive with a great sense of humor!

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  12. Love this artist!!!! I'll bet he is the same one that did the model with the Eiffel Tower on her head...LOVE IT! Merci!

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  13. San Francisco radio station KFOG used to sell T-shirts that read, "Use an accordion, go to jail." Photo #4 certainly casts that instrument in a different light.

    Love these images.

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  14. I'd like to write more things in lipstick on that guy's chest...

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  15. When I was a young Illustrator, way back when, I remember Goude's work as always being so very creative, inventive, and surprising.
    A true Renaissance man.

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