French Street Artist Transforms Boring Buildings Around The World Into Works Of Art
French street artist Julien Malland, otherwise known as Seth Globepainter, creates colorful street art all around the world. His large-scale murals most frequently depict children and are bursting with colors. “I’m inspired by the environment where I’m painting,”
“I’m inspired by the environment where I’m painting,” Malland told Bored Panda. “It can be a social, cultural, or political situation, or only the shape of the wall.” When asked how long it takes to create a piece, the artist said: “It can be a few hours for a little piece and for the big walls – from three days to one week.”
The Paris-born artist has been active since the ’90s. He released two books about his travels and street art. The last one is called “Extramuros”. It captures 3 years of his “globepainting” when he was travelling and creating in such countries as India, China, Mexico, Indonesia, and Vietnam.