Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone’ (7 pics)




As part of an ongoing body of work titled Personal Topography , artist Klone has painted murals around the world in this distinct, striped style. The paintings of creatures and people are meant as a visual metaphor for the ways in which personalities and inner identities differ. “The series explores both the way each [person] and other creatures have their own topography, represented by the topographical lines,” Klone shares with Colossal. “The simplicity of colour limitations provides the idea in a direct approach and there is a constant attempt to work wit the surface and not necessarily make it disappear, so the wall stays a wall and a building is still the building.” The works seen here went up in Canada, the United States, Poland, Norway, Ukraine and Israel over the last year. Klone was born in Ukraine and now lives and works in Tel Aviv. You can see more of his work on his website and on Instagram .

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'

Densely Textured Murals Reminiscent of Topographical Maps by ‘Klone'




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