Between the 18th and 20th Century (and sometimes still today) in certain areas of Europe, craftsmen would take a time of travel after completing an apprenticeship. On such a journey the apprentice iIs often referred to as a”stranger”, a “foreigner” or simply “Wandergeselle”. These craftsmen would spend three years on the road in order to gain experience, get to know different work methods and to visit foreign countries. After completion of each job, a certificate was entered into their travelling book.
We, the people of SEPP, see ourselves as travelers, too, setting out to discover the unknown. This album is a sound collection of our craft. Home is where you feel most comfortable.