Graffiti covers the walls of a Greek amphitheater in Cyrene, an ancient ruined city in eastern Libya now struggling with neglect, vandals and illegal confiscation of land by locals.
Graffiti covers the ruins of Cyrene, a city founded by Greeks over 2,600 years ago.
The foreign letters written on the stones of the Angkor Wat temple were written during the 17th century and before the 1990s.
Street art, in whatever shape and form, often draws criticism from local residents due to its direct impact on the aesthetic of a particular locale.
A play parodying the lengths some Cubans will go to in order to earn a few tourist dollars set against the backdrop of socially critical graffiti is adding punch to Havana’s annual theatre festival.
The portraits, far from capturing celebrity or famous faces, seek to celebrate every day women.