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Vines in Islington

These two “people” holding a house of vines, are the work of Sheffield-based graffiti artist Phlegm.  It was painted in May 2012 and is locate next to 70-72 Old Street in Islington, London.

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Phlegm in Shoreditch
Phlegm at Queen Elizabeth Hall

If you like Phlegm’s work, you may be interested in his book of intricate ink drawings, published earlier this year.  It is available here.

Linked to Word a Week Challenge: Two and Monday Murals.

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  1. I thought I had seen this style before. Very distinctive and appealing. It looks like it could be a paste-up but I see from his website that it’s a wall painting. He really should sell some of his images on paper; they’re quite appealing. Thanks for contributing to this week’s Monday Mural.

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