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About Dror Hadadi

Hi, my name is Dror Hadadi, a street-art artist and Urban blogger from Tel Aviv, Israel. I have always been drawn to street art and graffiti – the language, the color, the social message and the kicking art. Urban art takes place in the public space 24/7 and it always fascinated and captured my heart.

My StreetSmArt blog was built as a ‘passion project’ with the aim of documenting and making street art accessible to all. To give eternal life to pieces of art and culture, which, if they are not documented, they would be lost.

BEST Street Art Tour in Berlin

BEST Street Art Tour in Berlin

This post presents a pleasant and friendly stroll among four areas filled with street art and a unique Berlin atmosphere. You can choose to visit each of these areas separately and you can choose to dedicate an entire day to them all (5-8 hours), enjoying an...

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Street Art at Devil’s Mountain, Berlin

Street Art at Devil’s Mountain, Berlin

These photos were taken at Teufelsberg (Devil’s Mountain) in Charlottenburg. It is one of the most interesting and special sites in Berlin, presenting a surreal, post-apocalyptic and sci-fi atmosphere. Giant murals in other Berlin neighborhoods Following are photos of...

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Hackescher Markt Street Art, Berlin

Hackescher Markt Street Art, Berlin

This post puts Hackescher Markt at the center, but further down you will read about two more interesting street art centers just a short walking distance away: the A FENCE exhibition at Alexanderplatz and, nearby, a residential neighborhood with lots of street art on...

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Graffiti in Little Italy – Manhattan

Graffiti in Little Italy – Manhattan

Little Italy, in downtown Manhattan, attracts a multitude of tourists and is large hub of souvenir shops and traditional Italian restaurants. There are currently very few Italians in the neighborhood and it has merged with Chinatown. The neighborhood is filled with...

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Stickers & Paste Ups – Manhattan

Stickers & Paste Ups – Manhattan

Street art in Manhattan, the world’s largest and most important graffiti capital, consists of many different techniques. Artists present the technique that they prefer or integrate several techniques in their work. Stickers & Paste Ups are to very popular forms of...

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Graffiti and Street Art in Zurich

Graffiti and Street Art in Zurich

I visited Zurich in April 2021, aiming to walk around, document the city’s street art and enjoy some fine cuisine. Unlike the sleepy city that I remembered from my visit a decade ago – I discovered a vibrant and interesting city, filled with thousands of creations...

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Graffiti in Williamsburg, New York

Graffiti in Williamsburg, New York

Williamsburg, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, is among the coolest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, attracting youngsters, artists and hipsters. So if you want to get away from the Manhattan bustle and are looking for an authentic site, filled with chic and amazing...

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Graffiti in Bushwick – Brooklyn, NY

Graffiti in Bushwick – Brooklyn, NY

For years, Brooklyn has been a pilgrimage site for old and young graffiti artists, competing for the neighborhood walls in order to present their artwork. Over the past decade, graffiti - which started out as an ideologically subversive activity – has evolved into a...

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Street art in Jaffa

Street art in Jaffa

Jaffa’s streets are filled with graffiti and street art, but the Flea Market and Jaffa Port, as appropriate for tourist attractions, are filled with must-see street art. The Port and Market are very close to each other and you can see everything in one day. Both at...

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Graffiti at the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv

Graffiti at the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv

The vibrant Carmel Market offers an area whose tourism vibe has increased over the years. Another tourist attraction at the market is the graffiti, which attracts many tourists who document the streets and colors. During your next visit to the Carmel Market, I suggest...

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Graffiti at Nachalat Binyamin

Graffiti at Nachalat Binyamin

The Nachalat Binyamin promenade is a street/area very close to the Carmel Market and, in one tour, you can cover Tel Aviv’s most important graffiti sites. On Tuesdays and Fridays, the boulevard is transformed into a large artists’ market. The street itself is filled...

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Florentin – Endless Graffiti

Florentin – Endless Graffiti

Florentin is a  neighborhood that doesn’t stop giving. Every corner sports a different form of street art on its walls. A wild, zany and creative collection of illogical art, using various techniques and displaying the talent of various artists. To me, a tour of...

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Berlin’s Most Graffitied Toilet

Berlin’s Most Graffitied Toilet

In Berlin in need of a wee? This post presents two toilet facilities unlike anything you’ve ever seen. The experience is slightly claustrophobic at first, it feels crowded and as if something is closing in on you. But if you take another look, focus on the walls, read...

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Berlin’s Best Murals

Berlin’s Best Murals

You will find quite a few murals in Berlin – some tell a story, others add color and aesthetics to the area and other simply reflect an amazing art installation. The Berlin street art scene is usually related to 1961, when the USSR erected the Berlin Wall, which...

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