A Frenchman who’s been firmly planted in Florence for two decades, Clet Abraham’s name is synonymous with street art in the city. After launching take-overs of street signs, much to the local council’s dismay, his guerilla-style operation has sparked a following of his artistic talents. Clet uses removable stickers to reinterpret street signs, so look up when walking through Florence to find them; they’re designed to add a little whimsy, charm and provocativeness to what, Clet felt, was a uniformed approach to living. A ‘No Through Road’ sign is reimagined to become a crucifix with a hanging Jesus; a ‘This Way’ arrow has been turned into Pinocchio’s nose. In his pocket-sized studio in San Niccolò, you can see and buy his designs, from original artwork to stickers, postcards and T-shirts.