Sheffield-based artist Phlegm is now in the US where he recently finished this new mural for the Art(Re)Public event in Jacksonville, Florida.

Playful, whimsical and remarkably detailed, Phlegm’s black-and-white murals are built up through a sequence of entangled narratives which, depending on the viewer’s location in relation to the wall, reveals new details and stories found deep within his work.
When asked about the meaning about this particular mural, Phlegm expresses the wish to let people use their own imaginations for what’s happening and what it means.
“like all my wall work the imagery comes from comics i storyboard in my sketchbooks. I then paint the wall with a single frame. That way walls become moments from my untold stories.”

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Images by Iryna Kanishcheva 


Author: Fran

Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.

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    • Fran Fran

      It looks like!!!!!! you noticed too? 🙂 I havent seen him since Nuart Festival in 2011. Thats a long time.

      • jetsonorama

        i was with him, roa, alexis, 2501, pixel, hyuro, gaia + ever for the form festival in perth, western australia in 2014 + he was biggie dread then but no more. i know the feeling. i’d been biggie dread x 18 years before cutting mine.