New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

Famous rooftopper Tom Ryaboi has partnered with an A-list team of fellow daredevil rooftoppers from around the world in a one of a kind exhibition. From January 16 to January 21, the top of the Publicis Groupe Headquarters on the Champs Elysees in Paris will surely be full of brave viewers who will see vertigo-inducing photos taken by Tom Ryaboi, Madison Bumgarner Authentic Jersey Aurelie Curie, UA Clutchfit Drive II Andrew Tso, and Taran Cypher, on the rooftops of skyscrapers in Seattle, Hong Kong, Mochilas Kanken Mini Melbourne and Toronto.

New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

The show combines photos and a video shown on a screen measuring 4×3 meters, nike air max norge that consists completely of a huge video screen allowing viewers to stand on it and suddenly be immersed in standing on the edge of a skyscraper rooftop, adidas sale uk just like these amazing photographers regularly do.

New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

New Rooftopping Show in Paris by Tom Ryaboi Together With Other Daredevil Rooftoppers

As Tom tells us, “Whether we like it or not the urban build environment runs through our veins, there’s nothing more beautiful and tragic than this affair between concrete, nike air max pas cher steel, glass and the people who go about their lives in and around it. Goedkoop Adidas Stan Smith There is no better place to see this majestic relationship than from the top of a building looking down, Asics Gel lyte 3 Dames this is where the eternal and fleeting world meet, nike air max 2016 goedkoop at the boundary between earth and sky. It has always been in our human nature to want to explore our surroundings, but now that we live in cities many have shelved this instinct.

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