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Klone – New Mural at The Roxy Theatre Los Angeles a Further Look

Dopo avervi proposto il video del making of (qui), diamo uno sguardo più approfondito all’ultimo lavoro di Klone su una delle Billboard del ROXY Theatre a Los Angeles.
Oltre alla sequenza di immagini in modo da apprezzare decisamente meglio quanto di buon proposto dall’artista originario dell’Ucraina e con base a Tel-Aviv, Klone ha risposto ad alcune domande di un altro big come Bumblebee, poche domande ma significative riportate dai ragazzi di UNURTH.
Risultato finale, making of ed intervista, enjoy it.

Bumblebee: Where are you from?

Klone: I was born in Ukraine, which was part of USSR at that time. Nowadays I live in Tel-Aviv, which is physically in Israel, but in its spirit it’s in many other places around the world.

Bumblebee: How did you get your name?

Klone: My name found me through one of my first characters that appeared in 2004, his name was Klone, a kind of different clone then all others around . It got stuck since, and gained many more meanings through the years, in a way I grew into my street name same as people grow into their given names and their adopting their attributes.

Bumblebee: Can you describe your style?

Klone: My style is many styles. I am too curious and too impatient to stick with one style for years as many artists do. To be able to continue creating, I must reinvent myself all the time, and sometimes I come back to things I used to do years ago as kind of reference for new work. I think it’s best when you can see and recognize the artist for his hand/line, but still be surprised every time. For the same reason, in 2005, I started the crew SMD, which stands for Style Must Die, and includes many members and collaborators along the years.

Bumblebee: Shoutouts?

Klone: I just came back from US trip so would love to thank all those who made it possible and helped along the way.
‘Kloneyourself’ on whatever social medias…

Via

Klone – New Mural at The Roxy Theatre Los Angeles a Further Look

Dopo avervi proposto il video del making of (qui), diamo uno sguardo più approfondito all’ultimo lavoro di Klone su una delle Billboard del ROXY Theatre a Los Angeles.
Oltre alla sequenza di immagini in modo da apprezzare decisamente meglio quanto di buon proposto dall’artista originario dell’Ucraina e con base a Tel-Aviv, Klone ha risposto ad alcune domande di un altro big come Bumblebee, poche domande ma significative riportate dai ragazzi di UNURTH.
Risultato finale, making of ed intervista, enjoy it.

Bumblebee: Where are you from?

Klone: I was born in Ukraine, which was part of USSR at that time. Nowadays I live in Tel-Aviv, which is physically in Israel, but in its spirit it’s in many other places around the world.

Bumblebee: How did you get your name?

Klone: My name found me through one of my first characters that appeared in 2004, his name was Klone, a kind of different clone then all others around . It got stuck since, and gained many more meanings through the years, in a way I grew into my street name same as people grow into their given names and their adopting their attributes.

Bumblebee: Can you describe your style?

Klone: My style is many styles. I am too curious and too impatient to stick with one style for years as many artists do. To be able to continue creating, I must reinvent myself all the time, and sometimes I come back to things I used to do years ago as kind of reference for new work. I think it’s best when you can see and recognize the artist for his hand/line, but still be surprised every time. For the same reason, in 2005, I started the crew SMD, which stands for Style Must Die, and includes many members and collaborators along the years.

Bumblebee: Shoutouts?

Klone: I just came back from US trip so would love to thank all those who made it possible and helped along the way.
‘Kloneyourself’ on whatever social medias…

Via