Geek of the Day: T-Rex In Paris
Aww, Parisians always get the best of everything lately. From fashion, foods (macaroons!), luxury hotels, Da Vinci Code movie, two last episodes of Sex and The City and T-Rex. Yes, that giant meat-eater with two super big legs and tiny hands completed with big jaws as you can see in Jurassic Park. Sadly (or luckily for people across the globe who is not French and hoping that they will run out of luck eventually), the T-Rex is just 350 bones made of chrome, towering the surrounding easily with it’s 6 meters height and shimmeringly reflecting the city lights.
It is said that this is a replica of a real life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex. Anyway, Parisians should thanks (and not French people should ‘aww-ed’) French artist, Philippe Pasqua, he is the man that made this whole project happens. You can see the infamous T-Rex in (duh!) Paris, in the banks of the Seine to be exact, because the real purpose of this project is only to wow the passersby. Please, like Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum (and sweet bakery stores that sell heavenly macaroons, fashion shows, Karl Lagerfeld, Dior boutiques and tons of young couturiers) aren’t enough for the one and only…City of Lights.
Taken from Fubiz