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“There Was A Fault” by Seth Globepainter in Grigny, France

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September 23, 2020
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Seth Globepainter recently finished his last wall entitled “There Was A Fault” for sixth edition of Wall Street Art Festival of the Grand Paris Sud. The mural is located at the heart of La Grande Borne in Grigny, France. “There Was A Fault” represents a child who seems to push the walls so that nature takes back its rights. A fault is then created, cracking the wall and revealing nature and the blue sky.

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French artist Julien “Seth” Malland, or Seth Globepainter has gained international fame over the years by developing an urban painting linked to childhood based on the imagination, individual or collective.

Seth travels the world, working with local artists to create vibrant and colourful portraits of children. Drawing inspiration from the surrounding he is in, he includes cultural elements into his art and turns the children into spokespeople and messengers of his investigations. He puts into play his image of innocence, and places his character in difficult social, political and geographical contexts.

Scroll down below for more photos of the mural.



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