He was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. As a young boy, he moved to Israel with his family and currently lives in Tel Aviv. As most street artists, he started with creating graffiti and he tried to overcome his often difficult experiences related to the new surroundings through tagging. Those artistic interventions in the city space allowed him to make that space more familiar and transform it into a more understandable and friendly place. Klone’s style has evolved in the process of gradual transfer of the center of gravity from what is internalized and psychological to what is external, social and political.
In his works, the artist draws on both art history and local symbolic, iconographic and linguistic sources. Through art, he refers to the broadly understood discourse on the subject of belonging and explores the complex relationships between what is universal and regional, natural and culturally determined, as well as personal and inter-subjective. Not all Klone’s works are created legally – one can find his works in many different cities in Israel, Germany, the United States or Canada.
In August 2017, Klone was one of four artists working in Old Polesie in Łódź in the framework of the “Off Gallery 2.0”project.