32 Boring Buildings Transforms Into Art: Travel the World Through Seth’s Street Art

Enter the vortex – rue Jeanne d’Arc, Paris 13 with @galerie_itinerrance in Paris, France

A World of Colors and Dreams:

Dive into the captivating universe of Seth Globepainter, a French street artist and muralist known for his dreamlike, vibrant, and larger-than-life creations. Born as Julien Malland in Paris, Seth first gained recognition in the mid-90s for his graffiti art, specializing in painting characters in the city’s 20th district. After graduating from the prestigious École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs, Seth went on to work in various creative industries before deciding to become a full-time artist.

In this blog post, we’ll explore 32 of Seth’s most mesmerizing works that will undoubtedly leave you in awe. Not only do these murals showcase his extraordinary talent, but they also serve as a testament to the transformative power of street art in our urban landscapes. So, let’s embark on this visual journey and discover the magic that Seth Globepainter brings to the world of street art.

A Creative Voyage:

Seth’s journey as an artist took a transformative turn when he embarked on a world tour in 2003, exchanging ideas with artists from different cultures and exploring new ways of living and painting in urban areas. This experience resulted in the publication of the book “Globe Painter” in 2007, and the documentary series “Les Nouveaux Explorateurs,” produced and broadcast by Canal+. Seth visited 15 meaningful destinations over five years, broadening his artistic horizons and deepening his creative expression.

Throughout his artistic explorations, Seth developed a distinct painting style, often focusing on the theme of childhood. Using walls as his canvas, Seth masterfully weaves together individual and collective imagination, drawing upon local myths, tales, and gods. The child in his art becomes a spokesperson, a messenger of his investigations, placed in complex social, political, and geographical contexts. Seth’s work is rich with dual meanings but never cynical, reflecting his commitment to create art that alerts and inspires change.

Viviane hesitate, La Butte aux cailles, Paris, France

A Canvas of Possibilities:

Seth Globepainter’s murals are more than just beautiful works of art. They are testaments to the transformative power of street art and its ability to connect people from different cultures and backgrounds. As you explore Seth’s enchanting murals and venture out to discover street art in your own city or travels, you’ll realize that the world is truly a canvas of possibilities, waiting for artists like Seth to paint our dreams and aspirations.

Seth on Putins War on Ukraine in Paris, France

A World of Wonder:

Seth Globepainter’s work speaks volumes about the transformative power of street art, and his ability to evoke emotions through his artistry is truly remarkable. To keep up with Seth’s latest creations and explore more of his artwork, be sure to visit his official website and follow him on Instagram. And if you’re inspired by Seth’s work, why not share your own street art experiences? Post your photos in our Facebook group Your Street Art Utopia and join the conversation!

Periscopes – Street Art by Seth in Shanghai, China
Cat Walk – Street Art by Seth in Shanghai, China
“Keep in touch” Popasna, Donbass Ukraine.
Seth: “When I asked the kids what was the meaning of this painting, they mostly answered that it spoke about love.
In Popasna, the war divides people, not only geographically but also in their convictions. This wall is a tribute to the children of Popasna who manage to stay together in despite of the adults madness. Thanks to @sosnovoleg for making it possible”
“Telefòn” Little Haïti, Miami “Made in Haïti ” exhibition with @marthacoopergram at @castaniergallery
“O marinheiro ”, Passo da Pátria, Natal, Brasil with @inarteurbana
Paris, France
“Little Thor” in UNESCO World Heritage Vauban’s fortification in Neuf-Brisach for @mausa.vauban project
The gardeners – At Nicklaus children’s hospital in Miami, USA
3 masks – Chosun University, Gwangju, South Korea
“Jack in the box”, for “Out in the Open” project @kirkgallery, Aalborg, Denmark
Seth: “Red scarf – painted, erased, repainted, erased again in a lane near Yu garden, Shanghai, 2018. I thank the local administration of this neighborhood for the interesting collaboration”
Collaboration with Korean painter Heo Dal Yong in Hae Dong, Damyang, South Korea
Paris, France
Camsize and friend, Ravine-Sèche, Haïti
Paris, France
Paris, France
Paris, France
“The wire” – for @grenoblestreetartfest, Fontaine, France
Lala can fly too, – Butte aux cailles, Paris, France
Jaho on his doorstep, Butte aux cailles, Paris, France
With Hermano @saner_edgar in Coyoacàn, Ciudad Mexico
Meng Leang takes part at the story I’ve painted on the wall of Phnom Penh’s old textile factory with @paintphnompenh
Little Putu meets her new friend, Canggu, Bali, Indonesia
Wendy at the window – Jersey City, USA
Dirty Hands – With the kids of Passo da Pátria, Natal, Brasil with social and artistic project @inarteurbana
Escada – Collaboration with @derlon in Obrigado Irmão. São Paulo, Brazil
“The ladder ”, tribute to the artist Bilal Berreni, known by the pseudonym Zoo Project died in July 2013 at the age of 23. His name is given to a place in the district of Saint-Blaise in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, the same place where he grew up and where this mural is painted.
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