After the Egyptian revolution - many documentaries, songs, movies and press releases were produced. As if that wasn't enough, the Egyptians went further to using a much more visual tool which combined talent and art together; they expressed their mixed emotions in an eye catching way, through drawings and paintings, graffiti on walls. It is hoped that this graffiti photo book, with its added commentaries, will enrich not only your eyes with the beauty of the colours and drawings, but also your mind with the depth of the messages and meanings behind them. The author and photographer, Rasha Saber, is a British - Egyptian, born and raised in Surbiton Surrey, England. She then moved to Egypt in 1992 with her family. Shortly after graduating from Law School, she worked part-time jobs before taking up a profession in teaching. She is inspired by children, society, justice and freedom - especially as they concern Egypt today. Although an experienced teacher, her other passions are writing and photography. She runs a blog www.hope11.wordpress.com as a freelance writer and editor. Rasha's articles have appeared in Egypt's Cilantro Magazine and on the website of the British Council in Egypt. She has also contributed some of her photos to Hany Ghoraba, journalist and author of 'Egypt's Arab Spring: The Long and Winding Road to Democracy'.
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