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The Revolution Continues… And So Does Graffiti

Graffiti of Alia El Mahdy (the nude revolutionary) &Samira Ibrahim, who is taking SCAF to trial over her being subjected to virginity tests in March. The text roughly translates to Samira was forced to take her clothes &be subjected to a virginity test by soldiers, with zero public or media interest. Alia El Mahdy took off her clothes willingly and her nude photos were viewed by 3million.

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New Banksy's and More at MOCA's Art in the Streets

Banksy

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The "Russian Banksy" Is Dead

"Surveillance" Street art by Pasha 183

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War on Graffiti – SCAF Vandalists Versus Graffiti Artists

the original mural by Ganzeer and friends, taken on December 2, 2011

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In the Midst of Madness: Graffiti of the Ultras on Mohamed Mahmoud Street

Mohamed Mostafa is surrounded by nameless martyrs, all of whom died on February 1st

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In the Midst of Madness: Graffiti of the Ultras on Mohamed Mahmoud Street

This is [Mohammed] Khaled's work, a monster policeman versus a hooded and masked protester

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Typography inspiration

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In the Midst of Madness: Graffiti of the Ultras on Mohamed Mahmoud Street

This is the work of Mohamed Alaa, where he incorporated Pharaonic figures into a protest mural

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Revolutionary graffiti in Egypt - in pictures

Undoubtedly, murals depicting martyrs are the most popular and present in more than one Egyptian city. The one pictured here is in Alexandria. It portrays revolution catalyst Khaled Said.