Friday, April 20, 2012

Square’s Art : Mohamed Mahmoud street Graffiti

Here is the photo gallery I promised from several weeks ago when our young artists took their brushes and went to the famous Mohamed Mahmoud street and turned in to a piece of art thanks to their beautiful murals and graffiti.

The graffiti commemorated the famous martyrs of the revolution and what followed it from clashes like in Mohamed Mohamed street and cabinet HQ and ending by the horrible Port Said stadium massacre.

Unfortunately someone removed the graffiti of late Sheikh Emad Effat and police general Mohamed Batran may Allah bless their soul.

The murals included beautiful images from the ancient Egyptian history as well expressive graffiti attacking Mubarak regime and SCAF. 

I hope you enjoy it.

2 comments:

  1. The ancient Egyptian style is magnificent. Even hieroglyphs!

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  2. Some of these are quite lovely - especially the Pharaonic ones. They should be made into postcards or posters.

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