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Street Art’s Impact on Egpyt

During the Egyptian uprising, which began in late January of 2011, a great deal of Egyptian people felt as though their primary news sources were unjustly biased. This belief prompted the use of street art to spread the word that felt the most true to the Egyptian people. Pieces such as “Tank vs. Bicycle” by […]



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El Seed’s Perspective Project: Tearing Down Walls Metaphorically by Painting Walls Physically

Language can often be a barrier that stops people from connecting. This can happen between languages, or even within a language. However art can be a universal language. This universality brings people from different walks of life together, and allows them to get to know one another. el Seed is a street artist who has […]



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Ganzeer’s Protest Art: A Foothold for the Egyptian Revolution

Ganzeer’s influence as a street artist began after he created a piece entitled Biker-versus-Tank, inspired by the corruption he saw happening on the streets. The piece quickly became a political battleground for differing opinions on the revolutions in Egypt. People added crushed victims under the tires of the tank, Sad Panda standing next to the […]



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Viennese Graffiti – Nychos and the Rabbiteye Movement

Rabbiteye Movement             The artifact that I’ve decided to do research on is about the Rabbiteye Movement. The Rabbiteye Movement is a group of graffiti artists that are based in Vienna but as of recently they do work all around the world. The group consists of four members Nychos the […]



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