Clet explores Sticker Art, mainly focusing on vertical signs, enriching the urban landscape with his works. He does not aim to change the meaning of the signs, but rather to stimulate the public to reflect on the relationship between imposition and freedom, rules and exceptions, art and vandalism.
Clet’s works represent a challenge to the imposed order of road signs, inviting reflection on the meaning of rules and how they influence our perception of art and creativity.
With his extreme use of simplification and minimalistic technique, Clet creates unique images that interact with the original figure printed on the sign, highlighting the contradictions and limitations of urban visual culture.
The spread of his works, initially limited only to Florence and its surroundings, has attracted public attention and sparked heated debate on their legitimacy, often regarded by authorities as acts of vandalism.
However, Clet’s works are actually an invitation to greater awareness of individual responsibility of citizens and to call on institutional authorities to evaluate art and creativity differently within urban life.