Kid Acne was invited to paint the entrance wall of APG works in Sheffield covering the wall with his repeat hair like patterns. Earlier this month they also invited Phlegm to add some work to the wall Kid Acne had painted. Making use of the rusty old electrical and fuse boxes on the wall, the artist turned them into a city of buildings all balancing on back of one of his mournful looking carry giants.
APG | 16-20 Sidney Street | Sheffield | S1 4RH
Also worth a look is Phlegms newest mural in Rotherham, photos of which can be viewed over on the Unurth website.
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