French artist converts commonplace into art

French street artist Julien Malland inspires city-dwellers around the world with creativeness and innovation. In collaboration with local artists, Malland painted colorful frescos on apartment buildings which blended in perfectly with nature and people’s daily life. Malland has created his works in far-flung locales from China to Senegal.

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Having great passion for street art, Malland has been obsessed with painting on streets since the 1990s and released 2 books capturing his travels and paintings across the world.

Have a peek at his works of art.



(All images are obtained from the Internet.)



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