There’ve been a whole lotta books published on the street-art associated with Egypt’s revolution. And for the most part, they’re not all that different from one another. They mostly tend to be a showcase of photographs we’ve all seen before and in the rare case where texts are included, they’re usually texts by an author who is very much an outsider. Walls of Freedom, on the other hand, is a book in which many of the street-artists were actually involved in the content. And unlike many of the other books, this one I’m very much looking forward to reading.