Limited Art Print by David Schuler. Acrylic pen, black & white with colour dots. Printed on 300g high-quality paper. Black Italian wood frame included.
Size: A3: 42 X 29.7 cm | 16.5 X 11.7"
Colour: BLACK & WHITE with colour highlights
The "Center" (as called in TLV) is the oldest mall of Israel as it opened in 1977. It is named after Mei Dizengoff, the first mayor of Tel Aviv. The target of the architects of this building is to give a feeling of "being inside in a street within a street" to the people who come to shop. If you are inside you will smile as it goes up, down, left and right, and you usually get lost but it make this place very charming. The Center is staying next to a residential tower named Dizengoff Tower and you can see it on the left of the picture.
This drawing is a typical daily urban scene of Tel Aviv.