Graffiti in Iran

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Graffiti in Tehran consists of different styles. Some are slogans painted by governmental organizations and some are works of art by citizens. During the last few years, Tehran Municipality has been drawing graffiti in order to beautify the city. A large number of governmental graffiti is about the Iranian Revolution, Islamic Republic of Iran policies and The Politics of Resistance. Pro-democracy activists are also continuing a political graffiti campaign in Tehran. Islamic graffiti can also be seen around the city.[1] Writing on the city is name of documentary by Keywan Karimi about Iranian graffiti made in 2015.

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  1. ^ Tehran’s graffiti war. France24, 02/03/2010

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