The Coral Cave at the Game Art Exhibition - Montpellier, France

The Game Art Exhibition displays 39 artworks from various French developers. The artworks are printed on a 100x100cm canvas.
The exhibition takes place in the Fabre Museum until the first week of January.

It’s great to be surrounded by so many great games, especially ASA: A Space Adventure by our friend Simon Mesnard.


Saturday’s Stud

Code Breaker Sam Burgess Dug Into The Mud Against Montpellier.

Way To Go, Bro!

Even Muddy…

You’re Sexy As Hell, Baby!


If you find yourself in Montpellier France this time of year…. be sure to head down to Place de Comedie…. and take a cute photo in front of this amazing huge illuminated world globe!

Winter and Christmas illumination of Montpellier. This sphere, symbol of the earth, 9.20 meters in diameter and 8.20 meters high, designed specifically and exclusively for Montpellier will be completely covered with 65,250 light points. It evokes both geographic and cultural areas, the globalisation of trade, the mixing of populations and the need to preserve the planet.” -Thierry Boussarie


Just relaxing home wearing my long black waist Cincher from @bombshellcurves. Trying to tightening everything up 😜 for my trip to France 🇫🇷👌Get yours before the big holidays with my code “LDFIT”…. Well I just love it! #5WeeksOverSea #France #ItsGoingToFreezeThere #40F #Paris #Christmas #NewYear #myBirthday #AllThatInFrance #Montpellier #Perneslesfontaines

Between the rails in Montpellier


As part of the construction of a new tram line in Montpellier, southern France, a team of seven archaeologists from the National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (Inrap) were able to uncover fragments of the medieval past.

The investigations which started in July will continue until the start of October, to study the remains of the 13th century defensive walls, along with the first Carmelite House of Montpellier established just outside the city walls. Historic sources already provide various perspectives on the occupation of the area, however this current research on ‘islands’ of medieval remains between the various modern services will allow archaeologists to complete the history of the city revealed through contemporary urban developments. Read more.