In the Florence episode of the second season of Dream of Italy on PBS, Kathy learns about one artist’s interesting take on Street Art.
Street artist Clet Abraham hacks street signs all over Florence (and the world) by putting fun vinyl stickers over them, affixing scenes of people defying authority to the “do not enter” signs, or transforming the person on the crosswalk sign into an Egyptian pharaoh. Abraham, who is originally from France but has lived in Florence since 2005, ensures that the stickers are removable and don’t obscure the meaning of the signs. Stop into his San Niccolò studio at Via dell’Olmo, 8, to buy stickers and prints based on his street creations. For more information, visit Clet’s Facebook page.
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