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The Last Day of Kid Acne's Have a Word

I managed yesterday, despite the heavy rain, to make my way to the final day of Kid Acne’s Have a Word exhibition in Sheffield. It seems somewhat fitting that his first major solo show in the city was hosted at the S1 Artspace located in the centre of Park Hill where the artist has contributed many times over the years to its street art.

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Introducing Street Art NQ

Street Art NQ homepage

I’m excited to announce a new website, Street Art NQ, which I have officially launched today. This is a new sister site to Street Art Sheffield.

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After the Giants

Phlegm’s Mausoleum of the Giants has closed, his giants finally put to rest. It has easily been one of the most remarkable events that Sheffield has ever hosted. Who could ever have imagined people queuing for up to three/four hours for an art exhibition in our city?

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Wandering Amongst Phlegm's Sleeping Giants

It was hard not to get excited when the news first broke that Phlegm would be returning to Sheffield to put on an exhibition. For an artist that has become so well known internationally for his distinctive and highly detailed street art it is perhaps a surprise that this is only his second ever exhibition. Although born in North Wales, Sheffield was for a long time Phlegm’s home town. As a result many walls about the city are adorned with his fantastical illustrations. So whilst he may have moved on it was great to see him return to Sheffield for this event.

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Phlegm's Mausoleum of the Giants Venue Announced

The internationally renowned street artist Phlegm is opening his second ever exhibition this coming weekend in Sheffield. The venue has finally been revealed as the Eye Witness Works on Milton Street (S3 7WJ). Mausoleum of the Giants runs from March 15th until April 6th and entry will be free. Full details can be found on the exhibition’s official website.

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Discover the Artists Behind Sheffield's Street Art

OK, so I have been planning this for a while and had originally hoped to get this launched at the start of the year, but life got in the way; however, finally I am ready to reveal the Artists section of Street Art Sheffield. Despite the delay November seems like a good time to launch this as it marks the website’s fourth anniversary.

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Bangers and Cash in the Winter Gardens

Bangers and Cash car bonnets hanging in the Winter Gardens

A new public art exhibition has opened in Sheffield’s beautiful Winter Gardens and it’s all for a good cause. Bangers and Cash opened last week in Sheffield city centre’s large timber arched greenhouse.

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Discovering Nottingham's Street Art

Nottingham is less than an hour away from Sheffield by train. So yesterday I took a trip down there to see is I could discover some of Nottingham’s street art. Thankfully I didn’t have to search hard to find some great murals and graffiti in the city centre.

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Remembering Feature Walls

Florence Blanchard's Shakespeare's Wall Mural

It’s a year since Sheffield hosted the Feature Walls street art festival. It saw artists from Sheffield and beyond paint large scale murals across the city centre and beyond. It was a fantastic event for Sheffield and we’re hoping that it won’t be the last of its kind. Perhaps we could have a Feature Walls 2018?

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Sheffield's Musical Legends Street Art

It’s the ninth annual Tramlines music festival in Sheffield this weekend and the city will be buzzing. So I thought it would be great to look back over some of the musical legends that have been painted on Sheffield’s walls over the last few years.

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