Posted by CultCase at Sunday, May 03, 2009
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OneShot stencils by klone is a series of uniquely designed free-style cut graffiti templates combining conventional graffiti techniques with a surprising twist. The stencils are mounted up on street walls using sticky tapes or nails and spray-painted. Yet, as opposed to ordinary graffiti templates, klone's OneShot stencils are left hanging in their position, covering their positive copy like whimsical urban riddles until some random passer-by takes them off to discover the hidden graffiti underneath. For more visit klone yourself! on flickr or see International Street Artists Add (More) Multicultural Sauce to Israeli Society.
An uncovered OneShot stencil example (Source)
Meal for two (uncovered): collaborated project with $0.00 , Kloz and Know Hope in Florentine neighborhood, Tell Aviv. (Source)
Uncovered OneShot stencil collection. (Source)
Feeding the new generation of gods (Source)