Rabbit Hole by urban artist Seth Globepainter
Urban Artist Julien Malland became Seth Globepainter in the 90s when he began to paint in the streets of Paris. Looking to open doors to people’s unconsciousness, their youth and their dreams, Malland’s works feature a reoccurring theme of childhood. Seth travels the world, collaborating with local artists to highlight their traditional practices and exchange ideas. Drawing inspiration from his surroundings, he incorporates cultural elements into his art and turns the children into messengers of his investigations. Malland says he puts his characters into difficult social, political or geographical contexts to raise awareness on said issues around the world. 'Rabbit Hole' is located in Le Mans, France. It took Seth and 5 assistants 3 weeks to realise this beautiful, anamorphic artwork.