Although Milan-based artist Moneyless gets his inspiration from the streets and the graffiti scene of the '90s, it's difficult to make out anything discernible in his highly minimalist works. It's true. Nothing from his upcoming "PAPER TELLER" exhibition at Soze Gallery looks anything like the graffiti writing you'd find on a wall in New York. That's because the artist prefers to focus on shape rather than meaning.

"I wanted to undress the letters from the alphabetical presence," Moneyless says in the "PAPER TELLER" press release. "My efforts then dropped the symbolic meaning of the letter." Thus, over a period of time and after some exploration, his works evolved into these formless, fluid, organic shapes. He combines fine, abstract lines with bursts of color to create these dope-looking, almost meditative, arabesque-like designs, which are unlike anything we've ever really seen from a street artist.

"PAPER TELLER" opens at Soze Gallery this Friday, April 25, and it will be on view for a month. It's an exhibition of entirely new works by Moneyless, so don't miss out.

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