We haven’t seen much from Clet* lately

So, I’m about to remedy that.

I spotted this in Naples. You can bet your bottom dollar I won’t be able to find it again.

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* Clet is an artist who lives in Florence. He uses removable stickers to alter traffic signs into whimsical statements. I like Clet. πŸ™‚

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29 responses to “We haven’t seen much from Clet* lately

  1. I rather liked Florence, hated Rome would have like Clets work, cant say I noticed it when I was in Florence 12/13 years ago,perhaps before his time.

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  2. I had never heard of Clet! But now that I have, I like him! He seems very creative and witty!!!
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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  3. The whimsical clet! It’s the only way to go.

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  4. I love ’em. And the ones linked from earlier. I might see if there is anything that can be done to Melbourne signs.

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  5. Bridget

    I love this – and I love Clet!
    So clever, just like you dear Yvonne. xx

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  6. Susie L

    clet always puts a smile on my face. So do you Y, thanks!

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  7. That is hilarious. Love Clet’s ingenuity.

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  8. That’s so clever. I do enjoy a good sense of humour.

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  9. Now I am going to have a tune on instant replay in my head: “Toreador now guard thee, Toreador, Toreador.” For some obscure reason we had to learn the song in primary school. Methinks it was about the time of the Rolladoor advertisement on TV. . . . oh well, having just returned from seeing the Shape of Water at the cinema, it now supplants “You’ll never know how much I love you . . . “

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  10. Yes, I think I like Clet, too.

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