Isaac Cordal’s project, ‘Cement Eclipses’, is a critique to society and social inequalities.
Though street art is still a boys’ club, women like ELLE, Swoon and Vexta are trying to change the status quo
I lived almost twenty years in Alexandria, but it was only after I moved to Cairo and started writing about graffiti that I found all threads leading me back home.
People around the world show solidarity with the French satirical magazine Armed men attacked the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo...
Graffiti artists face threats of violence, and the potential of jail time and fines under a proposed draft law
‘Walls of Freedom’ is a powerful portrayal of the Egyptian Revolution, telling the story with striking images of art that turned Egypt’s walls into a visual testimony of bravery and resistance. It takes a closer look at the most influential artists who have made their iconic marks on the streets.
Ban it, legalise it, put it behind glass … no matter what city councils do, graffiti remains the scapegoat for all manner of urban ills, from burglary on one extreme to gentrification on the other. But it may have another effect on cities entirely
My mural of Peter Greste doesn’t show his plight, but what he’s missing out on – the joy he took in the responsibility of bearing witness to injustice
Special Post-Soviet Graffiti dispatch by Christian Szopiński, Magdalena Patalong, Anna Anselm, Marina Lechleider, and Alina Kozłowska. The group travelled from Berlin to Kyiv in March and April 2014 to investigate and photograph the street art of the Ukrainian uprising.
Atef Saad is a 21-year-old chef at an Italian restaurant in Cairo. Last week, however, he swapped his usual chef’s whites for a Spider-Man costume, and...
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