750 Years in Paris – An illustrator tells the story of Paris through the architecture

750 Years in Paris is a series of illustrations of Vincent Mahé, who tells us the history of Paris through the evolution of its architecture. From 1265 to 2015, the French illustrator reveals the highlights of the city, from the terrible black plague to the attack against Charlie Hebdo through La Bastille or May 68. His 750 Years in Paris series has just been published in the book of the same name by Nobrow editions.

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Images © Vincent Mahé

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