Phlegm – Inside the Mind

Here's another one from Phlegm, this is a fairly large piece and you can see that the artist doesn't do things by halves, it's HUGE! However despite the overall size of the piece the detail is amazing. We were lucky enough to see this on a lovely clear day and although the blue sky is [...]

By |2012-02-08T20:14:26+00:00February 8th, 2012|Blog, Featured, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|2 Comments

Filter House Gallery – Panorama

Just outside Sheffield is a disused filterhouse, it's a haven for creatives and their excellent art. I was lucky enough to meet one of the artists here as he was working on a new piece. It's over six months since I've been here and was amazed to see that the walls have changed - such [...]

By |2012-09-04T11:08:43+01:00February 6th, 2012|., Blog, Featured, Industrial, Panoramas, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|1 Comment

Rocket01 vs. Phlegm

I recently took a trip up to Sheffield with my friend RomanyWG. We wanted to check out a hotel that we knew was in the process of demo and had some cool street art. Luckily we had one of the artists with us which made things a little easier. I really think that we would [...]

Sheffield – Tool Makers

Our trips to Sheffield weren't all hunting for cool graf in the city. We had another location to try and search out. The tool makers was established here in the 1860's and closed around 10 years ago. The owners manufactured tools for cutting of leather and tools for making shoes.   The location was very [...]

By |2012-01-07T11:31:51+00:00August 16th, 2011|Featured, Industrial, Sheffield|2 Comments

Reclinier

We quite often come across discarded toys at urbex locations, Never sure if these were left here by the last occupants or someone has just dumped them, either way these toys were once held and adored by young children who may even still remember them to this day. Here's a little doll that was left [...]

By |2012-01-07T11:13:30+00:00August 10th, 2011|Featured, Residential|2 Comments

Phlegm – Telescopes

A recurring theme in Phlegms work is the use of telescopes - really cool telescopes that go around corners and allow the viewers eye to shine out of the other end - this was placed nicely in a window frame. I've processed this fairly heavily using Nik Filters and Focal Point with a good dose [...]

By |2012-02-05T17:54:46+00:00August 3rd, 2011|Blog, Featured, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|2 Comments

Phlegm – Horseman

Finally catching up with 'stuff' after a couple of weeks out of the game dealing with real world work and life. Here's one from an abandoned school / chapel in Sheffield. Another Phlegm piece. Perfectly placed on a back wall amongst the decay and dereliction. Click the image for the full size image and rest [...]

By |2012-02-05T18:28:24+00:00August 2nd, 2011|Blog, Featured, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|2 Comments

Sheffield – Filter House

The first location we visited in Sheffield was an abandoned filter house, I believe that it was originally something to do with the local water company. The water tanks are long gone though and the building appears to be used by the local artists as their canvas. There is little tagging in here and the [...]

By |2012-02-05T18:30:18+00:00July 25th, 2011|Blog, Featured, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|2 Comments

Sheffield – Phlegm – Balloon Cyclist

Here's the second work of art in the triptych, same artist - Phlegm. I believe that this was the first of the three painted - its really rather nice - very whimsical. and rather charming. I'll not say too much about the shots and let the images speak for themselves. As always my images are [...]

By |2012-02-05T18:34:33+00:00July 19th, 2011|Blog, Featured, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|4 Comments

Sheffield – Phlegm #1

This weekend Viveca and I took a long drive up to Sheffield - Steel City to check some amazing street art by Phlegm. We'd both seen his work online and were keen to see it for real. You don't have to pay to go to go to a gallery like these, just a bit of [...]

By |2012-02-05T19:13:48+00:00July 18th, 2011|Blog, Featured, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|5 Comments