Tunisian Calligraffiti artist eL Seed (PopTech 2011) is currently suspended 57 meter in the air, creating Tunisia’s largest Graffiti mural to-date. The mural is being painted on the country’s tallest minaret, during the holy month of Ramadan.

The convergence of art and religion, the centre of much heated debate since the Tunisianelections, is being re-examined in a positive light. Approved by the mosque’s Imam, the 57 meterhigh mural is promising to be an awe-inspiring landmark, conveying a message of mutual respect, tolerance, and dialogue in a country brimming with countless possibilities.

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    I love art and this is just beautiful. Want to visit Tunisia now. MashAllah this is jus gorgeous.