Your Portrait Poster-size? Everyday People Plastered all over Israel – Design You Trust

Your Portrait Poster-size? Everyday People Plastered all over Israel

Israeli artists paste large portraits on the side of a bridge near the city of Netanya, Israel, early Thursday. (Tara Todras-whitehill / AP)

Israeli artists place large portraits on the side of a bridge near the city of Netanya, Israel, Sept. 15. Large black-and-white portraits have been cropping up on bridges, billboards and broken down buses all over Israel and the West Bank as part of an international project that allows people to turn their own pictures into works of art or political statements. (Tara Todras-whitehill / AP)

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