Since the very beginning of the Egyptian uprising on January 25th, youth activists have been painting, spray-painting and etching their revolutionary messages on to the walls, streets, police-trucks and tanks in downtown Cairo.
Unfortunately, many of these fine pieces of revolutionary artwork are being covered-up and painted-over. I recommend taking photos and posting them on-line in order to preserve these messages and images.
Anti-Mubarak graffiti spray-painted on burnt-down riot police truck, and wall of burnt-down NDP headquarters.
Revolutionary graffiti near Talaat Harb Square.
Caricatures of Dictator Mubarak etched and drawn upon to the sides of burnt-down riot-police truck. Tahrir Square, Omar Makram.
"Down with Mubarak" and "Down with Mubarak the Agent" reads the graffiti on this armored personnel carrier. Tahrir Square.
Mural painted on wall along Mohamed Mahmoud Street - Freedom of Expression.
Egyptian youth celebrate the revolution and downfall of Dictator Mubarak.