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World renowned artist and muralist Phlegm has been sharing a visual diary of life in lockdown. 

Free to download artwork by one of our favourite artists!

British artist Phlegm, best know for his incredible murals around the world,  has been busy documenting daily life during the lockdown since it began at the beginning of March. Phlegm’s pandemic diary, in which he records daily thoughts or feelings with drawings, has been shared widely on Instagram, and you can now also download all of the drawings for free, to print at home as posters or even to colour in!

Back in 2018, in the lead up to Ventnor Fringe, the mysterious muralist visited the Island to create a street art piece inspired by the area, as part of a series of commissions for the ‘Lift The Lid On Island Culture’ project. The final piece, a giant painting spanning three stories of an end of terrace block in the centre of Ventnor, has become somewhat of a local landmark, and gained the nickname the ‘Ventnor Giant’. Make sure you check it out if you live on the Island during your daily walk!



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2 Replies to “Phlegm’s Pandemic Diaries”

  1. Hi
    Mosborough History Meeting Group
    could we show these images as part of a talk next march marking the anniversary of covid starting,
    Phlegm painted an artwork in Mosborough before covid now gone along with the Barn it was painted in.

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