This March, FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail is bringing its program of street art and stories to Albany, Western Australia. Over the past three years, the trail has put regional Western Australia on the map, bringing world-class murals to grain silos, public walls and transformer boxes across the state, with artwork so far from Phlegm, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Hense and Amok
UK street artist Phlegm was just in Melbourne, commissioned by the Chapel Street Precinct Association as part of the PROVOCARÉ Festival Of The Arts. John Lotton from CSPA spent two and half years planning this project, choosing the right artist, and locating the right wall for a large mural with a vision to become a landmark piece
After a few days of work, British artist Phlegm just finished working on a brand new piece for the Crystal Ship Street Art Festival which took place on the streets of Ostend in Belgium. In trademark black and white, we see the Sheffield-based street artist furthered his fantastical storyline with his eerie, yet endearing cast
We continue our ongoing coverage of Wall Poetry 2016 with Phlegm and his latest beauty which just appeared in Reykjavik, Iceland. In town with the good people from Urban Nation and Iceland Airwaves, the British muralist collaborated with the Icelandic band Mum on this piece entitled “Time To Scream And Shout”. Phlegm painted a myriad of his
Rappelling off a 12-storey building at Yonge and St. Clair, Phlegm created a bold artistic statement to launch the once-iconic neighbourhood’s massive revitalization. Elegant and complex in shape of a human form, the mural is a metaphor for the living, breathing nature of the city and emergence of soon-to-be-revived Yonge and St. Clair. Set to undergo
Some great things are currently happening on the lovely streets of Manchester in the UK. Phlegm and Case Ma’Claim are currently in town and they each just wrapped up their respective mural. The artists were in town for the Cities of Hope festival. The Festival is designed to amplify the messages of nine leading street
While we last heard from him in Wellington a few days ago, Phlegm is still in New Zealand where he just finished yet another fantastic new piece somewhere on the streets of Dunedin. The popular British street artist worked a few days to paint this piece showing some of his signature fantastical characters riding a Moa bird.
Phlegm is currently in New Zealand where he was invited to bring his magic to the lovely streets of Wellington. Painting for the Wellington Street Art event, the British artist created some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. The building he painted made sound heads for movie projectors. The building owner still had
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