The graffiti on the wall says it all.
Destroyed prisoner-transport truck with graffiti spray painted on its sides. "The police are traitors" signed by 'the free revolutionaries.'
Spray-painted on the other side of the police truck: "Leave us, that's enough" and "The End Mubarak!"
Martyr of the revolution - Islam Ra'afat, 18 years old.
"I'm in prison, for the sake of freedom." Stenciled graffiti of Amr Abdallah Beheiri, who was assaulted and arrested by soldiers on February 26 - while the army was forcefully dispersing protesters from Tahrir Square and parliament. This non-violent youth protester was referred to a military tribunal on baseless charges of "thuggery," and sentenced to five years imprisonment.
"Freedom, dignity, equality and justice" along with hands holding crescent and cross in sign of Muslim-Christian unity amongst Egyptians.
"I want my rights!"
Murals in Nasr City, Cairo - by an artistic group of youth called the 'Freedom Painters.'
In Tahrir Square, artist with paintbrush gets busy commemorating the Revolution of January 25th.
Street art - with liberal/secular nationalist tones - by 'Freedom Painters.'
"Blood of Martyrs." Sign on wall reads: Tahrir Square.
"Egypt Is Ours."