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Published on 15 Oct 2015 | about 1 year ago

Street artists hired by the makers of the US show Homeland explain why they daubed subversive graffiti on one of the show's sets in Berlin. They were hired to add authenticity to refugee camp but instead wrote in Arabic script - 'Homeland is racist'. Caram Kapp is one of the Berlin-based graffiti artists.
(Photo: Graffiti on Homeland set, courtesy of the artists)

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