Caledoniyya

With Cats On

Frustration. And transformation.

The Egyptian street art scene is particularly wonderful not only due to the exceptional graffiti and the messages therein, but its ability to evolve from vandalism and destruction towards greater, smarter and more innovative works.

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In an earlier post I swooned over The Mozza’s latest work in Zamalek; within days, it has been defaced.

And yet. There are now cats. But not just cats: Rebel Cats.

Which are, let’s concede, possibly the classiest riposte to the wanton vandalism.

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This entry was posted on June 8, 2013 by in Egypt, Street art and tagged , , , , , , .
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