A profusion of hearts can be seen on the walls of the Aharon Druyanov school in Tel Aviv's Florentine district, the signature mark of a local graffiti artist. These hearts represent a divergence from the common perception of graffiti as a medium of protest or criticism, emphasizing its potential as a form of expressing love and gratitude instead.
Another unique story from this female artist involves her innovative use of aluminium soda cans. She reconfigures them into letter moulds and affixes them onto walls, fashioning explicit and environmental-friendly messages in an unusual style.
The recurring motif of eyes also appears here, this time in a piece featuring a face with wide-open eyes and a gaping mouth. This artwork, intriguingly placed at the entrance of a former bomb shelter, reinforces the theme of visibility and transparency and hints at a past fraught with fears and tension.