Weekend link-o-rama

"Circus" ad disruption in Philadelphia by Sorry

Wow, last week went by quickly. And Steph moved in with me today, temporarily. Should be a crazy few weeks. Here’s what I’ve been meaning to write about:

Photo by Carolinecaldwell

Weekend link-o-rama


This week was exam week, so that means that the majority of my time was split equally between studying and procrastinating with my roommates on N64 and that this week’s link-o-rama is a bit longer than usual:

Photo by RJ Rushmore

Roa, ROBOTS and Phlegm

Phlegm. Photo by SheffTim

This should be a fun event. ROBOTS, makers of large wooden street art sculptures, have put together a show with Roa and Phlegm for later this month in South London. Black/Light will include new murals and installations from the artists, plus live music and films. The show runs from the evening of February 24th through March 6th in the Bussey Building in Peckham Rye.

Roa. Photo by Vandalog

Photos by SheffTim and Vandalog

Weekend link-o-rama

Sticker by Hieronymus

Wow. It’s actually Friday night already? This week went by really fast. I think I’ve been sleeping too much. Well, while I was sleeping, these things nearly slipped me by:

The week’s not up yet though, and I’ve committed to doing at least one useful thing before it is: Tomorrow I’m going to try using my kitchen for the first time since going to university. Wish me luck…

Photo by LoisInWonderland

Everyone’s talking about Phlegm

I’m a bit slow posting about these pieces by Phlegm, a Sheffield-based artist whom I had not heard of until about a day ago. One day shouldn’t be too long of a delay, but Phlegm’s work is spreading through the internet with lightening speed.

RomanyWG, one of the UK’s top street art and graffiti photographers, has only just posted a few pictures on his flickr of Phlegm’s murals. Of course, because Phlegm is a talented artist that not many people have heard of, Unurth was the first blog to post RomanyWG’s photos. Unurth always seem to be ahead of the curve when it comes finding talented and relatively unknown artists from around the world. Not long after that, Jake posted about Phlegm over at Streetsy.

And now it’s my turn. So, if you haven’t already, have a look at this guy. Phlegm is, at the very least, pretty technically talented, and you can be sure that if he were based in New York or London, this wouldn’t be the first time you’d have seen his paintings.

Photos by RomanyWG