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Hot on the heels of yesterday’s post, I am showing this one (possibly for the second time), taken last April, because I’m sure it’s the same artist. Same metallic tubular being, with the same stooping gait.

Where’s our man being directed to?

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34 comments

  1. Intriguing photo Sue, the hand appears painted as if part of the street art! 🙂

  2. I’m not sure, but I think the artist is called Phelgm. If you google that I expect you’ll find something. I’d do it and post a link but I’m on my phone. 🙂

  3. Oh Sue this is a great photo.

  4. I am loving these Sue. So clever of you to capture them.

  5. Looks like they are all heading in the same direction! Very clever and creative…and when you find out who the street artist is, I’d love to know!

  6. I’m more interested in wanting to know what this means, than where the bloke is heading. Why is the woman(?) wearing a gag/gas-mask and carrying a smoking skull in a house? Perhaps it is an anti-smoking advert. Quite odd. I shall away and look the artist up and see if there is any explanation. Good photo Sue.

    • Oh, I’m sure there’s no explanation…. The artist is a guy who calls himself Phlegm, and they are other worldly creatures – who knows where they are headed? I was just pleased a man was asking the way, got directions, and the hand pointed the right way to tie in with the art!!

  7. OK, his work is seriously weird http://howardgriffingallery.com/artists/phlegm/ but he is undoubtedly a talented artist.

  8. Suzanne

    definitely kooky photo and absolutely kooky name for the artist. 🙂

  9. Incredible wall art, isn’t it? 🙂

    I followed you on to Viveka’s and noted a possible ‘meet up’? Exciting! Share details?
    Have a happy weekend, Sue!

  10. I love how you get just the right human to compliment this street art Sue. I can picture you lurking around waiting for that person to come by. It must take a lot of patience.

    • Well, I don’t think I’m noted for my patience, Pauline! But I do wait around and suss out my surroundings from time to time. The rest of the time, it’s just seeing something, having the instinct in a split second….

  11. What a great shot Sue, they all blend in so well with their equal degrees of nonchalance.

  12. This is definitely Phlegm again – not the man, the graphic – just in case there’s any confusion!

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