“Bawal Umihi Dito” by Sepe in Quezon City, Philippines

Polish artist Sepe recently stopped by the Philippines where he dropped this quick street art piece somewhere on the street of Quezon City. Sepe uses a wide spectrum of tools – spray paint, markers, pencil, acrylic, ink, stencils, sticky tapes, even bitumen pulp. It all depends on what sort of effect he’s trying to get


The month of September has led to the creation of a series of magnificent murals in Finland for the third edition of Upeart Festival, an art festival focused on urban art and contemporary muralism that has grown considerably over the years becoming one of the biggest artistic event in the country. Within a line up

“Narcissus Paradise” by Sepe in Barcelona

Polish artist Sepe returned by surprise to give us two new walls and a magnificent installation in Spain. He was invited to take part in the third chapter of the interactive urban art project #7ways2love organized by Bizzarre Magazine in collaboration with Metric Market. In the 2017-2018 edition, 7 international artists were invited to interpret

“Brighter Days Are Coming” by Sepe in Russia

Sepe recently completed a beautiful wall in Saint-Petersburg, Russia in collaboration with Urban Nation Berlin, Goethe Institute and Street Art Museum. The theme was the 100th anniversary of October Revolution in Russia. Sepe’s painting is a pastiche of a painting by russian artist Ilja Riepin titled „Kurskaya Korennaya” ilustrating the Eastern procession in the district of Kursk. In

“Brighter Days Are Coming” by Sepe in Saint Petersburg / Russia

Invited by Urban Nation Berlin, Goethe Institute, and Street Art Museum Saint Petersburg, Sepe was recently in Saint Petersburg, contributing to the 100th anniversary of October Revolution in Russia. During his stay Polish artist painted this provocative large acrylic piece on wooden panel as his take on a famous work by Ilja Riepin titled „Kurskaya Korennaya”. Painted on

“Education System” by Sepe in Warsaw

Polish artist Sepe recently returned home from his trip to US and got up on a cherry picker to work on a new piece for Street Art Doping fest. Organized in in cooperation with Do Dzieła Foundation the new mural in Warsaw is titled “Education System”. Following his ongoing series of work that is incorporating

“Another Brick In The Wall” by Sepe in Washington DC

Polish artist Sepe just wrapped up a large new piece on the streets of Washington DC for the first edition of the District Walls Street Art Festival. Entitled “Another Brick In The Wall”, Sepe’s artwork refers to the ruthless world of politics and grotesque race for power. He thought it would be perfectly fit to that place just

“Blue in Green” by Sepe & Chazme in Budapest

Here’s the latest collaborative wall from Sepe and Chazme in Budapest, Hungary created for the  Szines Varos Street Art Festival. The all-star Polish dup created an impressive piece entitled “Blue in Green”. It is straightly refering to the festival’s topic which is this year the City and the Water. However between the lines, Sepe and Chazme put metaphors talking