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Creating Mini-Portraits of Paris Metro Passengers (#745)

Subway portrait painter Luc Grateau - He travels the Paris metro doing mini-portraits of passengers. He also visits the Louvre to do mini-copies of classical works of art.

Living the Victorian life - Brit Peter Saunders likes Victorian furnishing and lifestyle so much that he has largely outfitted his house to look like a Victorian home.

Street artist Mark Gmehling - The German started out as a graffiti artist, but since then has made a huge name for himself with his 3D artistry and sculptures.

Customizing luxury cars - The Carrozzeria Castagna company from Milan makes custom-made chassis largely from minis and Fiat 500s. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: DW-TV's euromaxx provides an insight into the cultural side of Europe and the people who live there with colorful stories that reflect the rich variety of cultural life in Europe. From architecture and design to pop culture and fashion, euromaxx explores the region's new trends as well as its old traditions. euromaxx is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people, places and lifestyle. Each half-hour is packed with features focused on the latest in music, movies, fashion, food and travel. euromaxx always has a fresh take on today's culture - it's what's happening today and this week. It's topical, relevant, and as fresh as this week's Sunday newspaper.

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