They are easily removable adhesives that Clet and a few friends apply at night, sometimes in plain view of security cameras. Clet took home a 400 euro ticket for his work the other night; the police say he doesn’t have permission to add to the street signs, an act that is against the “codice della strada” (laws of the road). Others see these works as a contribution to the urban decay rampant in Florence; others still feel offended by the religious content of the Pietà signs.
These miniature sculptures are the work of artist Isaac Cordal who is form London. They are all made from cement and are about 10 inches tall. They can be seen in many European cities such as Berlin, Barcelona, and London in different positions and locations. The figures represent how man becomes one with the city nearly like camouflage.