Sheikh Khan mural in Tahrir Square. Photo by Mosa'ab Elshamy.

Another weekend, another Streets: World Roundup here on AM. The highlighted mural this time comes from Tahrir Square in Egypt where Sheikh Khan painted one of the barriers that the Egyptian military erected to divide the streets that connect to government power centers. This wall, which was painted to look as if it was never there is one of many that the young artists in the area have painted over (story via Hyperallergic).

Other street work that caught out eyes this week include Vhils (Luxembourg), Conor Harrington, Dscreet and Ronzo (UK), Hyuro (Spain), Mart (Argentina), ZESER, PUSH, and ESK (Los Angeles), Phlegm (UK), Gaia x Nanook (Atlanta), Isaac Cordal (Belgium), Sea, Centina, Kraser and JamesKaKlinda (Italy), Snyder (Western Australia), Mehdi Ghadyanloo (Iran), Sr. X and Spidertag (Spain), Stikman (New York), Kid Acne (France), Ludo, and Broken Fingaz Crew.

Vhils in Luxembourg.

Conor Harrington, Dscreet and Ronzo mural in London. Photo by Hooked Blog.

Hyuro in Valencia, Spain.

Mart in Buenos Aires.

ZESER, PUSH, and ESK collaboration in Downtown LA. Photo via The Seventh Letter and by Willie T.

Phlegm - "Masks"

Gaia x Nanook - "Sunrise of Edgewood" for Living Walls Atlanta.

Isaac Cordal - "Follow the Leader" in Belgium for his "Waiting for Climate Change" Project.

Sea, Centina, Kraser and JamesKaKlinda in Milan.

Snyder on a trip to Western Australia.

Mehdi Ghadyanloo - "Rain Bird" in Tehran, Iran.

Sr. X and Spidertag collaboration in Spain.

Sikman in Brooklyn. Photo by Luna Park.

Kid Acne in Paris. Photo by vitostreet.

Ludo - "Nine Inch Snails".

Broken Fingaz Crew