Revolution Graffiti

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Egypt, January 25

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“Our voices are still alive”

The death of Khaled Said (center right) was a compelling force behind Egypt’s 2011 revolution. Bassem Youssef (upper left), a popular satirist and TV host known as the “Egyptian Jon Stewart”, is a newer voice in the political arena. Youssef has faced censorship and arrest for poking fun at Egypt’s leaders, and recently left the country. Named one of the world’s 100 most influential people by TIME magazine, Youssef was fêted by Stewart on the April 24, 2013 edition of the Daily Show.

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“We love Egypt”, Alexandria corniche, 2011

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Cave art, Al Qasr al Aini Street, Cairo, 2013

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Modern pharaoh, Tahrir Square, Cairo, 2013

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“The scream of the martyr is calling: where is my right, my country!”

- Alexandria corniche, 2011

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Revolution art in Mubarak (now Martyrs) metro station, below Tahrir Square, 2011