Phlegm’s Savage Serpent Rips Through Sheffield


UK-based street artist Phlegm is back, yet again, with another large-scale wall mural. Phlegm unveiled this latest public art work across three brick walls in Sheffield. The artist maintains his comic book style in this grandiose display of what appears to be a giant aquatic serpent-like tapeworm popping out in a struggle with two of Phlegm’s signature hooded characters. The graffiti work fits in perfectly with the broke down piles of bricks and rubble that surround the wall piece. This piece is a testament to how Phlegm’s work stands out, even amongst a mess of tags and destruction.




Phlegm website
via [Unurth]



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