A family day out found us doing one of the most touristy of touristy things: a Bateaux Mouche ride down the River Seine. As if the tour allowing you a duck's eye view of the fabulous buildings and bridges gracing the river weren't enough, we enjoyed some black and white photography of the most startling kind.
The exhibition along the Seine was called "Women are Heroes" and featured enormous black and white photos of women's eyes. The show's photographer simply goes by "JR," and his objective was to pay tribute to women from around the world (from 10 countries, across 4 continents).
The photos were on billboard/poster paper, and as the exhibition ran for a month in the open air, the gradual erosion of the posters was intentional and only added to the ethereal quality of the images.
Here is a link for greater information on the Women are Heroes exhibition, including more examples of the photographs, as well as behind-the-scenes prep work required to create the collages.
@JR: you'd make Larry Hagman proud.