Sepe | Photo © Nika Kramer


SEPE aka Michał Wręga (b 1982 Warsaw, Poland), is related since 1996 to the graffiti and street art scene in Poland. SEPE obtained a degree in graphic design from the Academy of Fine Arts Łódź in 2009. Inspired by graphic design, traditional book illustration and large scale poster design, you can see the unconventional pairing of interests in his body of work.

His walls rose the towering intimidation and invite the recipient to relocate the concept of dainty imagery into the roughness of the urban environment. This juxtaposition redefines and restructures the immediate environment of the artwork.

His quasi-mannerist figures, defined by delicate but deliberate lines, seem to illustrate the numerous stories of the streets they are placed in. His aesthetics are clearly multifaceted. He claims that he is trying to find his own artistic language in combining and rearranging stylistic concepts of illustration, street art and graphic design.

SEPE's works can be seen on the walls in United States, Germany, France, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain and many more around the world. Publications as printed in Besser’s „Muralsimo Morte: The Rebirth of Muralism in Contemporary Urban Art“, The Art of the Mural, Polish Vice magazine and among others.