Phlegm New London Mural In Progress
It's been some time since we last saw Sheffield artist Phlegm in London. The last piece of this scale he painted in town was back in March 2012 which saw the addition of this awesome mural on Heneage Street, just off Brick Lane.
Kicking of the new year, the artist began working yesterday in Shoreditch on a new large scale mural laying down the initial outlines and shapes for the piece. The mural is set to feature some new long legged characters which the artist has been drawing lately and these began to take shape this afternoon as he began adding the details. There is still some work to be done on the mural and Phlegm will continue working on the wall tomorrow. If you are out East be sure and stop by in person and watch the artist at work. The new mural is located on the Village Underground wall on Holywell Lane. Check back with us soon for some photographs of the finished mural.
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