Phlegm recently debuted his unconventional solo show, “The Bestiary,” at Howard Griffin Gallery in London. The labyrinthine installation functions as a catalogue of imaginary characters inspired by medieval bestiaries, the pseudo-scientific books devoted to describing real and mythical beasts from centuries ago. While we presented a brief sneak preview before the show opened, today we take a look at the extensive installation Phlegm created. In the spirit of street art, the exhibition is entirely non-commercial, with all the works spray painted onto plywood lining the walls of the gallery. “The Bestiary” is on view through March 4. Take a look at some installation shots of the elaborate work below.