Cooped up in my office tower these last months, I've missed wandering the streets and stumbling upon Israeli/Jerusalem street art/graffiti. And for a while now, I too have been wondering: Who moved my chair?
A friend of my husband comes to Israel every once in a while and takes pleasure in his hobby of street arting Jerusalem. He comes equipped with a message and a talent. Thankfully, he also has a sense of humor: The Hebrew reads: "HaNitzachon HaAmiti" or, "The true victory" and the graphic is... well, you... Continue Reading →
The first time I saw this one, it was Cookie Monster that caught my eye, of course. But the phrasing below His Munchiness is anything but yummy: "Soldiers are not cookies." No, they are not. You can't consume your own 18-21 year-old population like Cookie Monster devours his cookies. They are also not trash, that... Continue Reading →
If you live in, or even visit Jerusalem, you can't help but come across some very - creative - street art. It's taken pretty seriously and also not seriously. Personally, I think street art is the new bumper sticker as far as Israeli political/social expression. Unless, of course, it's just meant for smiles. Here it... Continue Reading →