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Seth, Street art journeys in ChinaSeth is painting children he...

















Seth, Street art journeys in China

Seth is painting children he meets during his trips. A principle that Seth alias Julien Malland, applied for over 10 years by putting on the walls of every continent silhouettes of his frail children and dreamers, recognizable among a thousand.

Seth wants to absorb and the atmosphere of the place, its history, and especially what inspired his people in a fruitful exchange .These series of photos covers his journeys in China. The first one, “The Masks” was created with calligrapher Hong He Ping

The last fourth is about the metamorphosis of the country. On the last image, the red sign is sadly known by the locals mark “Tear-Down” - Half the houses will be demolished within 20 years on the disposable cities of China. And next to it, the writings means (from a very well-known poem): 

“The sound of thunder at night, the falling of flowers"


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  1. A principle that Seth alias Julien Malland, applied for over 10 years by putting on the walls of every continent silhouettes of his frail children and dreamers, recognizable among a thousand.

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