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PHOTO GALLERY: Revolution artists repaint the walls of Mohamed Mahmoud Street


Graffiti says: "No matter how many times you paint over this, I'll keep on drawing."
Graffiti for the martyrs Mina Daniel and Khaled Said.
Graffiti against President Mohamed Morsi.
Graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Message says: "Graffiti never ends".
Graffiti says: "At Martyrs Street".
Graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Graffiti for the martyrs Mina Daniel and Shiekh Emad Effat.
Graffiti on Mohammad Mahmoud Street.
Graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Sep
22

The artists of Egypt's revolution refuse that the public's conscience – expressing in graffiti in central Cairo – be whitewashed by any authority (All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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Ray Gibbs
24-09-2012 02:45am
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Graffiti
Art (revolutionary itself) is always in the "Struggle" (political, otherwise).
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