It feels like I keep writing the same post over and over again: images of sexual harassment, police violence, military violence, more martyrs, young martyrs, poems and tributes to martyrs, satire against Morsi, against religious and political hypocricy, against censorship and in support of freedom of speech.
Nothing has changed, except for some of the graffiti, including new satirical caricatures depicting religious extremists, the ruling Muslim Brotherhood and Super Morsi. New faces have been added to the martyrs’ walls, while the same familiar figures are repeated over and over again, and what makes icons out of some while others, hundreds of others, died unnoticed, their names never making it to the wall?
I don’t know the answer to that. But at least there are still some who remember the dead and continue to paint their faces and their last spoken words.
For photos of the Mona Lisa Brigade’s completed mural in Estebl Antar, click here.