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The 2Vth Project is inspired by the Egyptian Revolution, The Guy Fawkes Pharaoh was the perfect concept to reflect the aspects of the Egyptian re… Read More
The 2Vth Project is inspired by the Egyptian Revolution, The Guy Fawkes Pharaoh was the perfect concept to reflect the aspects of the Egyptian revolution. Read Less
Published:
"The Banksy of The Nile" -Indiegogo
 
"Pharaoh with a Vendetta? Come appreciate the dark humor and clean mystique of Marwan Shahin, just one of the brilliant graphic artists showing in "Dignity, Where To?" -- @Alhoush's exhibition of contemporary visual arts capturing the spirit of resistance in our radically shifting world" -Alhoush House of Arab Art and Design
 
 
The 2Vth Piece is inspired by the Egyptian Revolution, The Guy Fawkes Pharaoh was the perfect concept to reflect the aspects of the Egyptian revolution. Everyone in Egypt who experienced the revolution has some what a connection to this piece and understands it, I also Created street art of "The 2Vth" in Alexandria, Egypt
The 2Vth Post Revolution Version
The 2Vth White Version
The 2Vth Shirt
The 2Vth for Walls of Freedom T-Shirt By Marwan Shahin
I Decided later on to create a Street art stencil for "The 2Vth" in Louran, Alexandria Egypt.
it was my first attempt at street art, but it came out pretty well.
Process of creating The stencil.
Photographed by Tony Marsh
Marwan + The 2Vth
The 2Vth Street art was later Chosen by Don Karl & Basma Hamdy to be the cover of their Book "Walls of Freedom" -The definitive book on Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution- which its campaign was featured on Indigeogo more than once! already exceeded all goals.
 
www.WallsofFreedom.com
www.facebook.com/WallsOfFreedom
"The 2Vth" Was featured also in Art Exhibitions around the world, in The "Africa Grafica" Exhibition in the Museum of Nature and Mankind in Spain. as a part of TDF 2012. and in  the Karama Human Rights Film Festival 2012, “Dignity, Where To?" at Amman's Royal Cultural Center
The "Africa Grafica" Exhibition, "The 2Vth" is the artwork in the top center underneath the Africa Grafica Sign
 
the Karama Human Rights Film Festival 2012, “Dignity, Where To?" Exhibition