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We meet the artist at his LA studio to trace the roots of his ever-evolving artistry.

“My gay uncle took me to the Keith Haring ‘s PopShop in NYC when I was a little kid and then showed me “Paris is Burning “ and I guess there was no turning back, “ LA-based illustrator and painter Seth Bogart tells me of how he first became interested in art. Despite being recognised for his colourful interpretations and explorations of homosexuality and queerness, Bogart actually started his foray into artistry through the guise of music, namely his bands Gravy Train!!!! and subsequently, Hunx and His Punx — which he still fronts today and with whom he is planning to release new music. We meet Bogart at his studio in Los Angeles, where the walls are lined with paintings exploring the male form and homosexuality. Between palettes, we sit down with Seth to explore the evolution of his endearing artistry.

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