Paris in Stride: Expressions to Know

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Paris in Stride book by Jessie Kanelos Weiner

With her new book Paris in Stride, my friend, la très talentueuse illustrator Jessie Kanelos Weiner alongside writer Sarah Moroz, dreamed up a clever and inspiring guide to strolling Paris with must-visits, things to eat and facts to remember along the way.

“When developing the idea behind Paris in Stride, I asked myself the question, ‘what makes Paris timeless? What are the little details that preserve its visual DNA, drawing tourists back time and time again?'” explained Jessie when I asked her about the particular challenge she faced in producing a book like this. The result is a book that is as pragmatic as it is beautiful with over 150 gorgeous watercolor illustrations and maps of architectural marvels, gardens, historical highlights, cultural hubs, markets, food and wine favorites, and a host of other elements that draw generations of dreamers and artists to Paris.

In this series in particular (below), created for my website, Jessie was inspired by classic street sign typography and other Parisian visual cues as a jumping-off point for visualizing French vocabulary. May this mini linguistic guide come in handy as you’re navigating the city with Paris in Stride — now available for pre-order!

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Pick up your copy of Paris in Stride now and follow Jessie’s work on Instagram: @thefrancofly!
ps. see the illustration Jessie created for The New Paris release here

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