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      The Street Art of Egypt's Revolutions

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      The Street Art of Egypt's Revolutions

      By Alice Speri

      The history of Egypt's revolution — and of the waves of repression that followed it — was written on the walls and streets of Cairo, but also those of Paris and Brooklyn.

      VICE News spoke with Egyptian street artists Ganzeer and Ammar Abo Bakr about their work, and with Sampsa, a Finnish artist who launched an international campaign in solidarity with them. Read more about their stories.

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      Photo via Sampsa

      Photos via Ganzeer

      Photos via Ammar Abo Bakr

      Photos via Sampsa

      Topics: censorship, protest, egypt, cairo, ganzeer, sampsa, ammar abo bakr, street art, graffiti, sisiwarcrimes

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