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.
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.”
Street Art // Monday, March 12, 2012
When our air becomes so pollutant that we are unable to breath on our own, maybe Phlegm will have an ingenious solution
Street Art // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
We’ve watched the movie Beetlejuice enough times to immediately compare this new Phlegm wall to the large serpents that come barreling out the sand in several scenes. We could also reference to the movie Tremors. Likely, Phlegm referenced neither. Wonderful use of wallspace.
Street Art // Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Over photoshopped photography is never the greatest look, however there are exceptions based on content and composition. A telescope painted by Phlegm, brilliantly placed at the top of an abandoned building with no other marking is one.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 16, 2012
If I were to guess what this contraption envisioned by Phlegm is, I would say a weather conductor / megaphone / record player / microscope / telescope / trash pickup claw hybrid? Are we close?
Street Art // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
If I were to guess what this contraption envisioned by Phlegm is, I would say a weather conductor / megaphone / record player / microscope / telescope / trash pickup claw hybrid? Am I close?
Street Art // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
We are just trying to keep up with the amount of Work Phlegm has been producing lately. With this wall, the artist took a different approach and created characters from the smoke of the little houses. Great effect and final product.
Street Art // Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Uk-based street artist, Phlegm continues revamping more overlooked areas of his hometown Sheffield and brings back to life this old rusty pipe.
Street Art // Monday, February 06, 2012
Phlegm continues to take advantage of overlooked, dilapidated walls for new mural opportunities. This newest giant robot being worked on by the artist’s signature characters was painted in Sheffield, UK. Excellent as always.