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Algiers by night -pic by @zainsmith #Didouche #djart14 #algerlaorange #123vivalalgerie

Algiers by night -pic by @zainsmith #Didouche #djart14 #algerlaorange #123vivalalgerie

Tunisian artist eL Seed fights intolerance w/ "calligraffiti" | webpage: http://www.elseed-art.com/  | FB: http://www.facebook.com/elseed.artist  | cnn article about his works: http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/19/world/meast/el-seed-grafitti-minaret/index.html

Tunisian artist eL Seed fights intolerance w/ "calligraffiti" | webpage: http://www.elseed-art.com/ | FB: http://www.facebook.com/elseed.artist | cnn article about his works: http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/19/world/meast/el-seed-grafitti-minaret/index.html

Interview: 2015 TED Fellow eL Seed

Interview: 2015 TED Fellow eL Seed

The nomadic street artist on creating human connections through his distinctive Arabic calligraphy-based graffiti

Street art | Calligraffiti [Arabic calligraphy + graffiti] mural by eL Seed

O graffiti arábico de El Seed

Street art | Calligraffiti [Arabic calligraphy + graffiti] mural by eL Seed

El Seed is a French "Calligraffiti" artist, who was born Tunisia in 1981. He grew up only knowing the Tunisian dialect, but quickly gained an interest in learning other languages.

El Seed is a French "Calligraffiti" artist, who was born Tunisia in 1981. He grew up only knowing the Tunisian dialect, but quickly gained an interest in learning other languages.

"didodouche" (2014) by,El Seed.   El Seed is a French-Tunisian artist who travels the world painting artistic messages in Arabic in a style he calls calligraffiti, which blends calligraphy and graffiti together. His goal is to create a dialog and promote tolerance as well as change global perception of what Arabic means.

"didodouche" (2014) by,El Seed. El Seed is a French-Tunisian artist who travels the world painting artistic messages in Arabic in a style he calls calligraffiti, which blends calligraphy and graffiti together. His goal is to create a dialog and promote tolerance as well as change global perception of what Arabic means.

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