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11:11 AM PDT on September 10, 2014


Los Angeles based artist Septerhed has been busy in 2014, working with YouTube, Hewlett-Packard, Electronic Arts, Vision Street Wear, Red Bull, Converse, Mobli, as well as creating multiple murals throughout the Downtown Arts District including the LA Freewalls, The Container Yard, and the Dog Park. He is most recently involved in mural productions with Smile South Central. You can see some of Septerhed's brand new work in an upcoming show at Space Fifty Twenty sponsored by Umami Burger. Recent collaborations include work with En Masse (see below) and Serf & Dirt Cobain.

Buy Septerhed Prints here, and check out more art on his Instagram.

Please enjoy this gallery of over 20 recent outdoor works from SEPTERHED...


Photo Credit (above): Doug Yager



Above: Collaboration with Serf and Dirt Cobain

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Collab with En Masse

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 Collab with En Masse

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