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Police informers form a human chain trying to encircle protesters and later kettle them.

While we were standing, security officers in civilian dress attacked the protest and started to kidnap couple of the protectors, behind them riots police and officers. Here is a live stream for the attack.

 

Photographed By: Ramy Raoof

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" Arabic Graffiti

 

Whether on the freight trucks of Lebanon, along village alleyways in Bahrain, on the bullet-riddled walls of Palestine, or adorning the walls of Western metropolises and designer bags, Arabic script has experienced a revival. Graffiti writers are increasingly experimenting with calligraphy on walls, and young designers are creating new fonts and type designs in books, galleries and public spaces. At times, Arabic graffiti voices the suffering of a nation, while in other contexts it serves as a quest for identity. Regardless whether the writing is in Beirut, Gaza, Tehran, Paris, London, Berlin or Montréal, Arabic graffiti cries out personal and national ideas in expressive calligraphic and typographic words.

 

“Arabic Graffiti” brings together artists, graffiti writers and typographers from the Middle East and around the world who merge Arabic calligraphy with the art of graffiti writing, street art and urban culture. In addition to a rich assortment of photos featuring Arabic graffiti and street art styles, it includes essays by distinguished authors and scene experts, in which they explore the traditional elements, modern approaches, and the socio-political and cultural backgrounds which have shaped Arabic graffiti movements in the Middle East.

 

“Arabic Graffiti” curated and authored by Lebanese typographer Pascal Zoghbi and graffiti writer and publisher Stone aka Don Karl, is an extensive and valuable reference on contemporary graffiti, urban calligraphy and type design in the realm of Arabic letters.

 

With contributions and essays by: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès, Rana Jarbou, Tala F. Saleh, Houda Kassatly and William Parry.

 

Includes the artwork and thoughts of: Hassan Massoudy, Malik Anas Al-Rajab, eL Seed, Hest1, Julien Breton, L’ATLAS, Aerosol Arabic, Native & ZenTwO, Zepha aka Vincent Abadie Hafez, Typism, Akut and many more. "

 

Authors: Don Karl aka Stone, Pascal Zoghbi

Format: 28,5 x 21cm - 200 Full color pages - Photographs:325 photos & illustrations

English edition - ISBN Hardcover:978-3-937946-26-9

 

www.fromheretofame.com/books/arabic.html

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

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We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

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In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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We are all Khaled Said – Berlin Wall

- Video -

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

" We are all Khaled Said – Berlin Wall

  

Khaled Said, Egyptian Internet activist, rapper and blogger, was brutally beaten to death by two policemen on 6 June 2010 in Alexandria. His death triggered massive protests and the Facebook page “We are all Khaled Said” became one of the main catalysts of the revolution. Khaled Said, has become a symbolic figure and the face of the revolution in Egypt. Khaled Said's portrait is immortalized in Egypt in countless graffiti, street art murals and stencils in cities like Alexandria and Cairo.

 

On Monday, September 19th, Khaled Said was posthumously awarded the Human Rights Award 2011 together with Slim Amamou from Tunisia in Berlin. Zahraa Kassem, representing her slain brother Khaled Said received the award in his name.

 

The famous German photo realist and graffiti artist Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case painted two original pieces of the Berlin Wall and finished the artwork during the award ceremony. Zahraa Kassem wrote on the wall: "Khaled's rights are Egypt's rights". The designer Mohamed Gaber created a "We are all Khaled Said" calligraphy which was painted under the portrait by Case.

 

The Rap song is written and performed by Kahled Said himself in 2007. Zahraa gave us the song in Berlin wishing it would be used in this video.

Both pieces of the Berlin Wall originate from the area between the Brandenburger Tor and Potsdamer Platz and were transported to the venue. Each piece weighs 3,8 tons.

 

The deeply symbolic painting will later be prominently placed at the Freedom Park on the banks of the river Spree.

 

The Project was organized by Don Karl, publisher co-author of the book "Arabic Graffiti" & Hip Hop Stuetzpunkt Berlin - in collaboration with The Dudes Factory (Freedom Park).

 

From Here To Fame Publishing: www.fromheretofame.com

Andreas von Chrzanowski aka case: www.sexyartcase.com

www.facebook.com/pages/case_maclaim/104007173027340

Joel Sames: www.joelsames.ch "

 

Info by Traverse Streetcultures

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

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We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

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In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

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We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

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In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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"100 YEARS OF THEFT

Mural by Ammar Abo Bakr

 

The bust of Nefertiti was found on 6th December 1912 by Ludwig Borchardt. In his personal notes he wrote: "It is indescribable, you have to see it with your own eyes!" Borchart hid it's true value under layers of clay and described it "a worthless piece of gypsum" to the Egyptian Authorities. It is kept until today in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin."

 

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=430086900342114&set=a...

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

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We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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ReCreate Space *

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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ReCreate Space *

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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ReCreate Space *

 

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we will do it again.

 

- Tomorrow, January 25, 2012 Egypt's Revolution II.

 

We are all Khaled Said

 

كلنا خالد سعيد

  

This guy is amazing. He's been in Tahrir from the very beginning since the Jan25 uprising. He draws the Egyptian flag on faces and hands.

 

The picture has been featured in Khaled Said page

facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=221831321200073

 

Tahrir square - July 10, 2011 - 4:14 AM - (July 8 sit-in)

 

For realtime updates follow me on Twitter

Two Brand New Royal Saudi Air Force Typhoons landed for fuel @ Luqa - Malta while being delivered to Saudi Air Force.

 

Under the deal, BAE is to deliver 24 completely built Typhoons to the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) while another 48 are to be assembled inside Saudi Arabia as the country seeks to build up its own aeronautic industry capabilities. Prince Khaled said Saudis would be given priority in jobs related to the assembling and maintenance of the planes. Prince Khaled said the acquisition of the new aircraft was “not meant to threaten anyone but to protect and secure the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia over the coming decades

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Art by Ganzeer and el Seed

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

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We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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July 8, 2011 - 10:50 PM

 

This picture has been featured in Khaled Said page

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=220699857979886

 

For realtime updates follow me on Twitter

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Ganzeer

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

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We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

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Ammar Abo Bakr

 

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Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

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" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

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Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

  

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

   

*

 

el Seed

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art: Aya Tarek

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

el Seed

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

  

*

 

"100 YEARS OF THEFT

Mural by Ammar Abo Bakr

 

The bust of Nefertiti was found on 6th December 1912 by Ludwig Borchardt. In his personal notes he wrote: "It is indescribable, you have to see it with your own eyes!" Borchart hid it's true value under layers of clay and described it "a worthless piece of gypsum" to the Egyptian Authorities. It is kept until today in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin."

 

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=430086900342114&set=a...

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

  

Khaled Said, in his twenties, was killed in police custody one year ago, accelerating a chain of events that lead to the Egyptian Revolution. On the anniversary of his death, in the largest and noisiest city on the African continent, at the height of rush hour, at the central Nile crossing, the impossible happened. As people lined both sides of the bridge, spaced with precision, holding pictures of Khaled, all sound ended. Not a cell phone, or honk, or conversation. Taxis turned off their radios. None even revved an engine. The media didn't broadcast. The cars crept by, and the people stood. Total silence. In Cairo. One of the most amazing protests I've ever seen. I hope Khaled heard it.

*

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

 

*

 

"100 YEARS OF THEFT

Mural by Ammar Abo Bakr

 

The bust of Nefertiti was found on 6th December 1912 by Ludwig Borchardt. In his personal notes he wrote: "It is indescribable, you have to see it with your own eyes!" Borchart hid it's true value under layers of clay and described it "a worthless piece of gypsum" to the Egyptian Authorities. It is kept until today in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin."

 

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=430086900342114&set=a...

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

  

*

 

Art: Aya Tarek

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

el Seed

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

   

*

 

"100 YEARS OF THEFT

Mural by Ammar Abo Bakr

 

The bust of Nefertiti was found on 6th December 1912 by Ludwig Borchardt. In his personal notes he wrote: "It is indescribable, you have to see it with your own eyes!" Borchart hid it's true value under layers of clay and described it "a worthless piece of gypsum" to the Egyptian Authorities. It is kept until today in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin."

 

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=430086900342114&set=a...

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

  

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

"100 YEARS OF THEFT

Mural by Ammar Abo Bakr

 

The bust of Nefertiti was found on 6th December 1912 by Ludwig Borchardt. In his personal notes he wrote: "It is indescribable, you have to see it with your own eyes!" Borchart hid it's true value under layers of clay and described it "a worthless piece of gypsum" to the Egyptian Authorities. It is kept until today in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin."

 

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=430086900342114&set=a...

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

"100 YEARS OF THEFT

Mural by Ammar Abo Bakr

 

The bust of Nefertiti was found on 6th December 1912 by Ludwig Borchardt. In his personal notes he wrote: "It is indescribable, you have to see it with your own eyes!" Borchart hid it's true value under layers of clay and described it "a worthless piece of gypsum" to the Egyptian Authorities. It is kept until today in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin."

 

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=430086900342114&set=a...

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

  

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

 

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

*

 

Ganzeer

 

- * -

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

   

*

 

Art for Change *

 

Arabic Graffiti and Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt - April 2012.

 

Photo-Report by Wolfgang Sterneck

 

Complete Set: www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157629531794080

 

- * -

 

" Arabic Graffiti & Egyptian Street Art in Frankfurt

 

Graffiti artists from Egypt, Tunisia and Germany will create a street art gallery from 10th of April around the Tutankhamun exhibition hall in Frankfurt. Some of the best known and most active street artists from Egypt will participate, including Aya Tarek, Ammar Abo Bakr and Ganzeer. El Seed, a street artist from Tunisia whose work has influenced graffiti artists around the Arab world, and Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case from Germany, who recently did murals in Egypt, complete this distinguished line-up.

 

Since the start of the Arab uprisings the Middle East has seen an unparalleled explosion of graffiti. Many slogans which were later sung by the people on the streets first appeared on walls from Tunisia to Bahrain. Egypt has played a remarkable role in this phenomenon. Even when the army tanks rolled onto Tahrir Square in Cairo, they were immediately adorned with graffiti. Along with people from all walks of life, artists, calligraphers and designers took over the public space. In no time a vital and now globally acclaimed street art scene emerged."

 

www.fromheretofame.com/khaled_said.html

 

www.tut-ausstellung.com/de/frankfurt/aegyptische-street-a...

 

- * -

 

Artists:

 

Ammar Abo Bakr

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797894644

 

Aya Tarek

www.facebook.com/beautyqueenofazarita

 

eL Seed

www.elseed-art.com

 

Caram Kapp

caramk.blogspot.de

 

Case

www.sexyartcase.com

 

Ganzeer

www.ganzeer.com

 

From here to Fame

www.fromheretofame.com

 

- * -

 

We are all Khaled Said - (Video):

www.vimeo.com/30899647

 

- * -

 

In the Cracks of the World :

 

- Photo-Reports by Wolfgang Sterneck :

www.flickr.com/sterneck/sets

 

- Articles by Wolfgang Sterneck (german / english) :

www.sterneck.net

 

- * -

 

ReCreate Space *

 

- * -

   

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