Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, David “Don Rimx” Sepulveda moved to Brooklyn, NY IN 2009. The move had a profound affect on his latest works, from the different cultures and styles to the many textures and materials. The skeletal structures explore the synthesis of man and his city. Resulting in works of art comprised of rigidity and personality.
Don Rimx has participated in many national and international urban beautification projects like Los Muros Hablan New York, Urban Nation Berlin for the UN Museum for Urban Contemporary Art, Color Libre Puerto Rico mural project and Art Basel Miami in the Wynwood Design District. More recently, he painted for the Gateways to Newark Project, "Portraits Mural" which is the longest mural on the East Coast.
Don’s individual style bridged the gap between the streets and corporate America. His work caught the eye of a progressive commercial real estate developer and was commissioned to produce several grand scale murals in the Bryant Park area of NYC. The synthesis of the two resulted in breathtaking works of art. An arrangement so unique it received media coverage in the NY Times.