The colorful and bustling Carmel Market provides us with a trading arena that has become increasingly touristy over the years. Another tourist element in the streets of the market, is the graffiti and street art that attracts a lot of tourists who document the streets and colors
Planning a visit to Tel Aviv? Interested in street art? This post is tailor-made for you!
You can find graffiti and street art on many streets/areas in Tel Aviv, but if you want to experience the most interesting areas, see art works of leading artists from Israel and the world, discover combinations of techniques – this map is exactly for you! (Wait a few seconds and the map will upload). In this graffiti and street art Tel Aviv map you will find more than 1,000 art works scattered throughout the city
The whole area is completely occupied by street artists from Israel and the world and there is hardly a piece of wall left that has not yet met the spray
The Montefiore neighborhood consists of garages, printing houses and many working restaurants. In recent years, the neighborhood has been developing slowly and becoming a reasonably priced residential area for young people
The Atarim Square complex at the end of Ben Gurion Street (close to the sea) in Tel Aviv, has been standing for decades, almost completely abandoned, neglected and without a purpose
Along with the start of the excavations for the construction of 4 new towers in the center of kikar hamedina, a white wall was erected surrounding the construction area
Far from the main graffiti and street art scenes in Tel Aviv, an impressive and kicking graffiti scene has been developing in the Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv over the past years
מטרת הפרויקט להפוך את קומת הרציפים בתחנה המרכזית בתל אביב למרחב אמנותי יצירתי המאפשר לנוסעים הצצה תרבותית אל אמנות עכשווית בשפת הגרפיטי.
In June 2013, opened (and still active) a unique exhibition of Israeli sreet artists alongside guest artists from around the world on the seventh floor of Tel Aviv Central Station
Hila Sheleg defines herself as a researcher, inventor, rider, thinker and loves words in Hebrew. Among other things, Hila is also a graffiti artist who specializes in writing songs, poetry and contemplation on the walls of Tel Aviv
Adi Sand is one of the Israeli graffiti artists who from the beginning of his career to the present day has maintained a clear and uniform graphic language based on comics and cartoons
MURIELLE STREET ART is one of my favorite graffiti artists. Muriel is very versatile and uses different and varied graffiti techniques in her works. It has no defined language and in every work she discovers and reveals herself anew
Florentine is a neighborhood that never stops giving. On every street corner you will find another graffiti work of art that is proudly displayed on one of the walls. Crazy combination of illogical connections between different techniques and the talents of different street artists
אמן הגרפיטי מדפיס את המסר או היצירה על נייר ומדביק אותה בשטח על הקיר. Paste ups היא טכניקה זמנית ופגיעה: גם בגלל העוברים ושבים שנמשכים לקרוע חלק מהנייר וגם בגלל ההשפעה משינויי מזג האוויר שהורסים את הנייר עם הזמן.
DIOZ’s characters are twisted and transmit madness and anesthetic. From the distortion and madness of his characters, beauty emerges and their aesthetic uniqueness is expressed
גיא בלום המכונה DIOZ הוא אחד מאמני הרחוב הוותיקים בתל אביב. הדמויות של DIOZ מעוותות ומשדרות שיגעון ואפילו חוסר אסתטיקה. אבל דווקא מתוך העיוות והשגעון של הדמויות בציורים שלו עולה היופי ובא לידי ביטוי הייחוד האסתטי שלהן.
Frenemy is highly influenced by the Children's books and cartoons he loved as a child. As well as pop art, lowbrow art, and graffiti. Using watercolor and gouache, he paints bright colorful scenes with funny characters
Netanya's main streets provide a unique atmosphere that combines an Israeli coastal city, diverse street food, squares and avenues full of restaurants, coffee shops and shops
DODO is a Tel Aviv street artist specializing in paste ups (graffiti stickers). His works are figurative, contemporary and pop art style
Nahalat Binyamin Street in Tel Aviv is a street/area very close to the Carmel Market complex and on one day tour you can see the two important graffiti & street art complexes of Tel Aviv