New Phlegm work in Cayton Bay, Scarborough

Street Art // Friday, June 15, 2012
As the artist tells and as we have noticed, Phlegm has been spending a significant amount of time painting in the vicinity of water.  This newest piece was painted an on an old ww2 pillbox in Cayton Bay, Scarborough.

New Phlegm River pieces

Street Art // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Taking advantage of the out of reach spots located in the river, Phelgm has been lurking around in some wader boots creating site-specific work.

"Vines and a Trumpet" by Phlegm

Street Art // Monday, May 28, 2012
Sheffield-based artist, Phlegm, made a trip to London and painted the following two pieces.  On one wall he painted a primitive-looking trumpet and on the other  his signature characters are seen standing on a tree stump, while holding a smoking house with vines coming out the windows.

Phlegm's Cubed Canvas in the Woods

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 07, 2012
This concrete cube was oddly positioned in the depths of the woods, and fortunately for U.K.-based artist, Phlegm, the unique canvas worked perfectly for his crouching and falling characters.

Cubed Canvas in the Woods

Street Art // Friday, May 04, 2012
This concrete cube was oddly positioned in the depths of the woods, and fortunately for U.K.-based artist, Phlegm, the unique canvas worked perfectly for his crouching and falling characters.

New Phlegm Illustrations

Street Art // Friday, April 27, 2012
While the April showers keep the walls wet in the U.K., Phlegm takes shelter indoors to illustrate for an upcoming book project.  We really enjoy the character with the archaic/futuristic backpack mega phone.

New Phlegm Illustrations

Street Art // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Taking a short break from his outdoor work, Phlegm has been keeping himself busy with some new illustrations for an upcoming book project.  These new ones have a clean, very refined look to them. We will keep you posted on future details of the book.

"Isle of Man" by Phlegm

Street Art // Friday, April 06, 2012
While roaming around a 32 mile long island in the Irish sea, U.K.-based street artist, Phlegm, located an abandoned pool and painted a giant split tongued serpent wrapping around the deep end.  The artist is continually making great use of abnormal spaces for his outdoor work.

New Trackside Paintings from Phlegm

Street Art // Monday, March 19, 2012
The Sheffield train tracks are creepier now that Phlegm’s tall signature characters are occupying space on this abandoned building.  The two faceless characters appear to be staring at each other hiding their identity with their masks. The artist made great use of the un-painted high spot for his work.

Phlegm x Kid Acne

Street Art // Friday, March 16, 2012
Both living in Sheffield, Uk working as artists, Phlegm and Kid Acne, recently collaborated on this large phallic piece they titled “Telescope Art Fag.”

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