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Street Artist: Seth Globepainter

Born in Paris, in 1972, Julien Malland, began painting murals in the 20th arrondissement of Paris under the name of Seth. 

Seth was the name of a dark Egyptian God. He’s also the third son of Adam and Eve. A common name to the three monotheist religion, and in french, we pronounce it like my favorite number (…)

He made himself known among Parisian graffiti artists by creating characters. Currently, he is one of the most famous street artists in the world, he travels in search of new inspiration for our best pleasure. If you’d like to see more, check out his Instagram.


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