Klone’s “Don’t Sleep!” — an intimate view of Klone’s surrealistic aesthetic

I’ve been a huge fan of Klone’s artwork since I came upon it on the walls of Tel Aviv over five years ago. Whether alone or in collaboration with the likes of Know Hope and Zero Cents, he has forged some of the city’s most arresting images. Although I was not able to make it to the release of Klone’s first artist book, “Don’t Sleep!,” I was able to review all 160 pages of it. With its many images of eerily surrealistic walls, drawings, sketches and more, it provides a fascinating glimpse into the artist’s distinct aesthetic and sensibility.

The book can be purchased online at: http://kloneyourself.bigcartel.com/

All images courtesy Klone