ABOUT SEPT

Septerhed’s style was based as of late on what he calls “NERVOUS LINES”. That was the 1st Phase of his story. All of that work, in lines and waves, with brief studies in hand drawn typography, was finalized at his latest full room installation solo show at Gabba Gallery. A Virgo, Misfortune Teller, Painter, Illustrator, Mustard Enthusiast and a prolific Muralist, Sept has attacked over 500 walls with spray paint in under a 5-year time frame. He has shown work at Bergamont Station, Lab Art, various NY galleries, and many other Los Angeles based locations. Past commissions and projects have led him to the East coast to paint a 2 story building in Buffalo NY and back to the west coast to work on a YouTube 2 day live broadcast sponsored by Hewlett Packard for Clams Casino and Vic Mensa, as well as projects with Mobli, Electronic Arts, Red Bull, Converse, Vision Street Wear, Starbucks, Zoom NA and Umami. The Downtown Arts District, and LA Freewalls have commissioned his murals. He has been featured on the Juxtapoz site as well in local news and the Los Angeles Times newspaper twice. In late 2015 he was a contestant on Episode 3 of Skin Wars “Fresh Paint” on the Game Show Network, and 2018, “Hood Adjacent”, a show on Comedy Central.

Recent commissions have led to a prominent billboard by the Aids Healthcare Foundation on Santa Monica Blvd. and art featured throughout the videos “The Coolest” by Jaden Smith and “F Q-C #7” by Willow Smith. Sept has also done window displays for all 3 “Pussy and Pooch” Los Angeles Pet Store locations.

Branding projects have been commissioned by Slauson Donuts, Jaguar Forest Coffee, Chiefthc and various album covers for local and nationwide bands.

His murals have been consistently and lately featured on ABC7 LA, KTLA and .  WKBW Buffalo.

 

He has said that his mortal contribution in this life has 3 Phases.

Phase 1 “NERVOUS LINES”

Phase 2 of my story has begun.  I am entering the “2nd Chamber”

“I create, to help people relate, and feel a little less alone in the world”

“All of my work lands somewhere in between LOVE, HATE, DEATH and LIFE”