The place where i work moved offices last week. It is a different area of Tel Aviv - more run down but i cant wait to explore it! I just love the old structures and feeling of the area. I found a couple of great neighbourhood cafes yesterday which will have to be checked out too :)
Theres a great feeling of history is the neighbourhood. The decoration on the above structure is quite amazing - i wonder what it was built for?

And theres plenty of corrugated rusty iron pieces i love so much

More pictures and explorations soon.

Happy Monday friends xxx

12 Comments:

  1. Laura said...
    WOUUUUUUUUUUWWWWW!!!!!
    Impactante!!!!!!!!
    Un abrazo de oso desde Argentina!!!
    shari said...
    loving your ink drawings.
    cally said...
    oh the joy of new visual hunting ground. those images are too exciting, i want to get in them, behind them, and rummage, and probably have to get another tetanus shot from gouging myself on rusty nails (oh yes, a frequent occurrence when decay and camera are in the same space).

    beautiful artwork too, it has a thoughtful quality to it.

    and yes, the wall on my blog was concrete, i kept getting caught stroking peoples houses-but they all felt so good, and so warm in the sunshine. missing it hugely as the torrential rain and gales batter down outside in the cold. bleugh, not a particularly cold winter, but a long drawn out one. much like last year, so may should be nice.
    amy said...
    what i loved most of my time in israel was the wonderful tucked away, hidden gems.
    stephanie s said...
    lovely... you have been a busy girl.
    risa said...
    awesome!
    i wish i could meet you for lunch and admire the building with you.
    louise said...
    What an amazing neighbourhood and fantastic photos, I can't wait to see what other treasures you find while exploring. xo lj
    Uschi said...
    oh yes, this small building on the second photo HAS to be conquered!! What about a tiny exhibition of your wonderful work inside this amazing small space??
    "Beauty in(side)the everyday"
    :)
    babelfish said...
    Such a fascinating and inspiring place. Love your paintings (go so well with the photos you show here). Can't wait to hear about the cafes.
    amisha said...
    i love the juxtaposition of your drawings with these fascinating photos. this neighborhood looks like it will be wonderful to explore... layers of history everywhere! xox
    vlijtig said...
    Lovely drawings!
    Robyn said...
    Lovely! I love your crow. I did a post about crows on my blog. If I had seen your beautiful ink drawing earlier I would have loved to have shared it in my post.

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