Update: War on Walls Prints Ready to Exhibit

Recently, I visited my framer, Frame It in Seattle, to sign the limited edition fine art prints for my War on Walls photography exhibit. I’m excited how the prints and matts turned out — they look stunning! I invested in the highest quality ink, paper, custom cut matts and frames. The results has been stunning fine art prints of my War on Walls photographs, documenting Egypt’s Arab Spring street art.

This personal project has been ongoing now for 3 years. The project began in early 2012 while I was living on Tahrir Square. I witnessed the importance and impact of the ever changing street art and knew it had to be preserved and documented in a visual medium. I began photographing Egypt’s Arab Spring street art and researching the complex messages being left by artists. In 2013, I published the project as a book, then went on to speak about the impact of the Arab Spring street art at many universities and conferences. The final evolution of this project is exhibiting the most important, iconic and provocative of the images at St. Marks Cathedral on Capitol Hill beginning January 11th through February 15th.

Join us on January 11th, from 12:30pm-3:30pm for the opening reception. The gallery is in the Nave, open to the public daily 7am-7pm (except Sunday morning during Mass). All the prints will be available for purchase. These are limited edition prints with only one run, so I recommend purchasing them early to ensure you get the one you want. Contact me at [email protected] for further details on purchasing these stunning prints or for additional details on this project.

 

War on Walls Signed Print.
War on Walls Signed Print. Available for purchase at the Seattle exhibit.

 

War on Walls signed print. Available for purchase at the War on Walls exhibit.
War on Walls signed print. Available for purchase at the War on Walls exhibit.

 

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