This dude did handstands around Paris and Instagrammed the crap out of it

Paris is one of the world's most photographed places, so capturing a fresh perspective on the French capital can be tricky. For one artist, it required taking matters into his own hand(s), literally. The 29yr-old break-dancing photog filled up an Instagram account with pictures of himself performing handstands around the city. Dubbed the "OneHandStand project", here are some of the highlights.

Pantin, a northeastern suburb of Paris

"Antichambre de l'Elysée" by Yaacov Agam at the Pompidou Center

...and outside of the Pompidou Center.

The Louvre museum

Esplanade de La Défense metro station

Place du Trocadéro, with a view of the Eiffel Tower

The Grand Trianon

Arc de Triomphe

Musée d'Orsay

Archives Nationales

Mairie des Lilas metro station

Palace of Versailles

See more of Kapstand's one-handed project here.

Chloe Pantazi is an editorial assistant on Thrillist's travel team. She takes most of her photos on her feet and with both hands, but is seriously considering a sideways photography project. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @ChloePantazi.