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Klone: Israeli Street Art in Berlin

Alien-like creatures waked up in the streets of Tel Aviv several years ago, when internationally known street artist Klone began to paste-up his extraterrestrial artworks. Now he’s in Berlin and placed some new colorful paper artworks.

Formerly known as graffiti artist Make, Klone started pasting hand-drawn paper characters, which should replace his tags and throw-ups, about 5 to ix years ago…

The predator characters developed after a long process, when I’ve been working with my oneline drawings, trying to define a character in one line and parralel I was working on series of more realistic paintings of real predators incorporating them into my streetwork, I wanted to create something new, something that might make people think a bit different, so i came up with charaters that combine the animal and human features, people got disturbed and eventually embraced the new and the weird species in the city. (Interview with Klone)

Urban art photographer Just came upon with Klone and escort him on his pasting tour through Berlin.

Klone: Israeli Street Art in Berlin

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  1. Funny, I just passed by there yesterday and made pictures of the exact same spot, but I didn’t know whose art that was.

    Thanks for the background info and keep up the good job!

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