Tel Aviv's Walls Are Talking
Graffiti tells you what the people of a place think and feel.
And right now, the walls of Tel Aviv have a lot to say about war, hopes for the future, fears, resilience, peace, injustice, politics, heroism and somberness.
Colorful murals. Minimalist stencils. Photographs. Word art.
Today I took a walk through the streets of the city's Kiryat Hamelacha neighborhood.
The walls had a lot to say.
Graffiti dedicated to the child hostages taken by Hamas (use slider to see next photo):
Graffiti dedicated to the future and peace (use slider to see next photo):
Graffiti dedicated to the soldiers and heroes (use slider to see next photo):
Graffiti tackling togetherness and unity (use slider to see next photo):