Cless started doing graffiti, inspired by the New-York Wild Style in the mid-seventies.
Through out the years, his style evolved inspired by the works of artists such as Andy Warhol, Lichtenstein, anti artistic movements like Dadaism and of course Eduardo Recife, Thomas Scostok (ths) and Jakob Printzlau.
Today others inspire him, like Neasden Control centre, who lead him towards new artistic directions.
Cless has developped his own style characterised by the saying “anything goes”. Any image that meets his scissors enter a new story “made in Cless”.
Lots can be understood through Cless’ work. Everything in his collages has a place, and a meaning. Cless is very attentive to detail.