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La compagnie Les Machines de l'Ile, basée à Nantes, et une de leurs premières créations. Bravo au génie de François et Pierre. Un succès bien mérité. L'éléphant articulé est haut de 14 m et est en bois de tulipier.

La compagnie Les Machines de l'Ile, basée à Nantes, et une de leurs premières créations. Bravo au génie de François et Pierre. Un succès bien mérité. L'éléphant articulé est haut de 14 m et est en bois de tulipier.

Giant walking elephant in France at Le Carrousel des Mondes Marins et le Grand Eléphant - © Jean-Dominique Billau

Giant walking elephant in France at Le Carrousel des Mondes Marins et le Grand Eléphant - © Jean-Dominique Billau

"Les Machines de l’île" is a totally unprecedented artistic project. Born from the François Delarozière and Pierre Orefice’s imagination, it is at crossroads of Jules Verne’s "invented worlds", of the mechanical universe of Leonardo da Vinci, and of Nantes’ industrial history, on the exceptional site of the former shipyards.

"Les Machines de l’île" is a totally unprecedented artistic project. Born from the François Delarozière and Pierre Orefice’s imagination, it is at crossroads of Jules Verne’s "invented worlds", of the mechanical universe of Leonardo da Vinci, and of Nantes’ industrial history, on the exceptional site of the former shipyards.

The Pandora Society – Elements of the Past & Elements of the Future » Steampunk and the French Connection

The Pandora Society – Elements of the Past & Elements of the Future » Steampunk and the French Connection

Les Machines De L'Ile: A Must-See In Nantes, France | The Travel Tester

Les Machines De L'Ile: Must-See In Nantes

Nantes, France, sure knows how to pay homage to the mind of fellow countryman Jules Verne with this steampunk creation: a magnificent 12 meter high by 8 meter wide mechanical elephant made from 45 tons of reclaimed materials such as wood and steel:

Nantes, France, sure knows how to pay homage to the mind of fellow countryman Jules Verne with this steampunk creation: a magnificent 12 meter high by 8 meter wide mechanical elephant made from 45 tons of reclaimed materials such as wood and steel:

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