As Lebanon's uprising enters its second month, graffiti has enveloped the capital's posh downtown.
Lebanon's uprising -- like protests elsewhere in the Middle East and Latin America -- is both political and social. It's also about personal liberation, which is the foundation of a revolution.
Since October 17, there is chanting of tens of thousands of Lebanese denouncing the political elite. Political leaders are lampooned in caricature, including outgoing Prime Minister Saad Hariri, longstanding parliament speaker Nabih Berri, and central bank governor Riad Salameh.
But the unprecedented protests also offered the first experience with street art.