Design and dictatorship: Being an artist under oppression


Egypt has been ruled by violent military dictatorship for more than two years. Ever since the revolution that toppled the previous dictator, Hosni Mubarak, the generals’ power depends upon keeping people from organizing. Associations and trade meetings are suspect. Artists work alone in their studios.

But just below the surface, life and creativity continue.

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