Sunday, August 3, 2014

Vignette Vacation: Israel through Photos #13

The first major graffiti in my hometown was met with an instant paint job, which only created a tone-on-tone art job.  In Tel Aviv, however, it is an art form; one could look at the corners and walls of urban expression as defacing, but by not embracing it, that one would be missing out an a huge element of visual creativity in this city by the sea.

I like the thoughts of this Lego Man, painted in place somewhere along Bograshov. 

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