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The 'Daft Punk Doing Everyday Things' Series Humanizes the Team

 - May 1, 2013
References: coolmaterial & neatorama
It can be hard to imagine French musicians Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter doing anything but making and playing music in their signature helmets, but the hilarious 'Daft Punk Doing Everyday Things' photo series shows that they are just like everyone else. From jogging and grocery shopping to partying and mowing the lawn, this series captures all of their more candid moments.

Created by Cool Material, the 'Daft Punk Doing Everyday Things' series is a roundabout tribute to their latest album 'Random Access Memories,' which releases this month. As written on their website, "Through a guerilla marketing campaign that has left fans in a tizzy, the duo has seemingly reached a new level of untouchability. Or have they? Truth is, despite the masks and larger-than-life shows, the dudes are really just like us."