Rémi Gaillard has gone global. Okay, so maybe it's more accurate to say that a T-shirt sporting the French prankster's signature has made its way around the world, but let's not mince details here.
Those unfamiliar with Gaillard's name will probably be more familiar with his work. He's the guy who drove a go kart around the busy streets of Paris, a la Mario-Kart style and videotaped people's reaction to a man dressed as a bat. No, not Batman, an actual bat.
In Gaillard's most recent video, the prankster's signature words of wisdom, "c'est en faisant n'importe quoi qu'on devient n'importe qui," which loosely translates to “it’s by doing whatever, that one becomes whoever,” are emblazoned on a black T-shirt that makes its way to 80 different cities.
You can watch the T-shirt make its way from Montpellier, France to as far as Taipei, Taiwan as Daft Punks' appropriately titled song, "Around The World" plays in the background in the video above and see how it compares to Gaillard's previous work. Just remember, the last time a T-shirt made travel headlines, things got a bit tense.
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