During the Tunisian revolution early this year, artists did something that would be been rare and forbidden before the change in power:
They tagged the walls of the country with political graffiti.
In the months since the uprising, however, many of the images - some of which showed police beating protesters, caricatures of the fallen President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali and tributes to the fruit vendor whose act of self-immolation started the uprising - have been whitewashed.
A new project from the French graffiti artist 'eL Seed' aims to replace some of what was lost. He shows CNN how mixing Arabic calligraphy with street art tells his message.
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