Back in 2007, Dover.D‘s stencils of gas-masked characters in a range of poses began to surface in Tel Aviv. While most of the street art back then was confined to South Tel Aviv’s industrial district, Dover.D’s’s work often landed in the center of town.
Within the next two years, he became identified with a range of urban interventions, and his street art images became increasingly diverse.
Here in New York City, he recently completed a window installation for the Center for Jewish History on W. 16th Street.
Walls are next!
Photos courtesy Dover.D