"A pattern called Clessisms" is the first solo book of the Artist Cless.
It sets new works and simple exercises conducted between december 2011 and december 2012, as well as collages conducted between 2005 and 2009 that have never been shown before. The front and back covers have been made by the artist Max-o-matic and features a preface by James Gallagher and texts by Nataburn and Norbo. It is released under the label of THE GUTENBERG CO. of Madrid.
“Graffiti doesn’t make your life worse. It just makes your neighborhood look better”. Cless too. III. When you look at his art you feel that stupid thing of “I could do this myself”. He achieves to make it look like something easy though is not. Superposition and fusion of the images help to obtain his very personal quest. Always looking, chasing and finding, he has entered a personal world in occasions self-referencing and another universal, using sometime his own languages codes and some others appropriated or borrowed. 27. Cless enters the world of art the way is should be, without wanting it, as a consequence of personal work that forces to follow always forward: combining the forbidden and public world of the New Yorkers Wild Style on abandoned walls with the private world of his own obsession. Todo Vale. The visual saturation & wastage that he uses as the raw material is a skilled sewing exercise embroidered without a template." Text by Rubén B.