These are one of those very special keepsake book collectibles that you’ll treasure for a lifetime. Curated by Basma Hamdy & Don Karl along with their Walls of Freedom team for the last year and a half, they have collaborated with 50 photographers, 30 artists and 20 authors to create a one of a kind documentation of Egypt’s revolution and urban art scene by working closely with a network of leading artists on mural projects, events and exhibitions.

Now in it’s final stages, the Walls of Freedom project need financial support of the public and art fans to complete this project. To make a donation and to learn more about this campaign visit their Indiegogo website.

‘Walls of Freedom’ is a powerful portrayal of the Egyptian Revolution, telling the story with striking images of art that turned Egypt’s walls into a visual testimony of bravery and resistance. It takes a closer look at the most influential artists who have made their iconic marks on the streets. This survey of Egyptian street art is also enriched by images of the revolution taken by acclaimed photographers and activists. Spanning major Egyptian cities like Cairo, Alexandria and Luxor it is a day-to-day reflection of the volatile and fast-shifting political situation. With contributions by experts in many fields, ‘Walls of Freedom’ not only places the graffiti of the revolution in a broader context, it also examines the historical, socio-political and cultural backgrounds which have shaped the movement.

Curated & edited by Basma Hamdy, Don Karl
Foreword by Ahdaf Soueif Booker prize finalist, novelist, political & cultural commentator