It's unusual to encounter political graffiti in Florentin, a neighbourhood in Tel Aviv known for its vibrant street art. The reason behind this is uncertain; perhaps the country's people are too exhausted by politics, or the subject matter does not resonate with the local graffiti artists.
Occasionally, you can come across collective images that are neither provocative nor emotionally evocative. Some face vaguely resembles someone famous, hanging inconspicuously, suggesting an undercurrent of political undertones without directly declaring it. These unobtrusive works add to the district's unique and diverse urban tapestry.