Graffiti, some containing themes from the Anonymous movement, opposing Egypt's military rule has littered the streets of Cairo as its citizens' disillusion with the current regime continues to fester.
Accusations against the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces include brutalizing protesters, stifling human rights reforms and manipulating the elections to preserve their power.
Just earlier this month, military prosecutors detained more than 300 protesters who clashed with troops outside the Defense Ministry headquarters.
Such abuses were the very injustices protestors sought to end when they forced the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak in February 2011.
One graffito plastered on a wall in Cairo declared that the Blood of the martyr is lost, referring to the protesters who died in hopes of advancing democracy and reform in Egypt.
Other graffiti referenced Anonymous, a decentralized activist movement linked to protests and cyber attacks against governments and corporations worldwide. The movement has adopted symbols from the 2006 film V for Vendetta, such as the V' sign and Guy Fawkes mask, which are seen in some of the graffiti below