Yet an other of London’s intriguing constructions is currently seeing its final light: Blithehale Medical Centre, Bethnal Green.
We previously let you know about the Phlegm show at The Howard Griffin Gallery in London and the show is now open, until the 4th March.
The Howard Griffin Gallery have a stormer of an exhibition coming up with one of our favourite artists, Phlegm.
Modern Alchemists present Empty Walls, Roath’s first street art festival. By combining 10 local and international artists through the global language of Street Art they aim to bring colour, culture and vibrancy to the city of Cardiff by creating an outdoor gallery of public murals.
You may have seen an artist at work at the bottom of Shoreditch High St, opposite Tesco in the past few years?
This new piece from Phlegm is another stunner. Incredibly intricate design work on a large scale, he keeps going from strength to strength.
Phlegm, one of my favourite artists, is releasing a book on 1st June via his Big Cartel and if the cover is anything to go by, it’s going to be...
Unit44 recently curated a mural for the music and culture venue Canal Mills in Leeds. Working with the artist Phlegm, they captured this install over 3 days and we can...
Phlegm has been in New York recently and the Sheffiled based artists put up a series of murals in Manhattan at the Fulton Housing Project.
Phlegm hit West Cork in Ireland recently with a new piece. A fish, acting as a submarine, piloted by his characters – we love it! FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest
From Arrestedmotion: Looks like Phlegm has found a new location and is continuing to work on murals for his forthcoming photographic edition of his zine Phlegm Comic. If you remember, the UK-based...
Short on a piece of art by Phlegm. Video by Andy Skillen, the track is Ratatat’s “Mirando”. FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest