Tag Archives: Beirut

Egyptian Graffiti Artists Exhibit Around the World

The past two years have given good exposure to the Egyptian street art scene. With increasing international media focus on graffiti artists – I’ve lost count of the number of print articles, news shorts and documentaries made – comes increasing … Continue reading

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Beirut Graffiti: Quirky, Colourful Street Art in Lebanon

This is definitely not meant to be a comprehensive post on all the graffiti in Beirut, nor am I going to pretend that I know what I talk about, because milling around the neighbourhood of Hamra for one day should … Continue reading

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Graffiti by Egyptian Artist Ganzeer &Lebanese Artist Ali Gets Censored in Beirut

Check out this interesting blogspot by Pascal Zoghbi on the blog 29letters.wordpress about how a collaborative graffiti project by Ganzeer and Lebanese graffiti artist Ali was quickly and thoroughly removed by Lebanese police in Beirut. One stencil condemned Lebanese police’s … Continue reading

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Protest Graffiti: Solidarity with Syria Spreads from Cairo

One of the things that we Egyptians have in common with Syrians is our democratically elected rulers’ penchant for killing their own people – only Syria’s Bashar El Assad has thrown caution (and chummy relations with the morally conscious Western … Continue reading

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