For my first post to Diigo in this section, the main focus on this article is current graffiti and its influence on contemporary politics and ancient artworks. Before the revolution, there was hardly any street art. In fact, there was few pieces that hardly one noticed. Mohamed Mahmoud Street which east of the Tahrir square, is the monument for street art. The walls are filled vibrant colors and murals that represent the revolution. Of course many of the murals began to develop during the 18 days of protesting. Like I have mention before in my other blog post, the murals are a representation of the personal perspectives of the citizens during the protest. Many of these pieces of art are considered to be memorable and has made street murals a “treasure” now. Much like the first article, the second article, reiterates much of main posts that are mentioned above.