When it comes to black history, W.E.B. Du Bois is pretty high up there in the black pantheon. One Tunisian-French street artist has made it his mission to honoring the civil rights activist and historian in a unique way on the streets of West Philly, according to the University of Pennsylvania.
A street artist known for covering walls with potent messages featuring elaborate and colorful Arabic script that he calls “calligraffiti,” el Seed was in invited to create a new work in Philadelphia by by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture and Mural Arts Philadelphia as part of a project called (DIS)PLACED: Philadelphia.
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