Graffiti artists dupe Homeland with anti-show graffiti on set walls

Graffiti artists dupe Homeland with anti-show graffiti on set walls

Graffiti artists hired to work on the set of TV show Homeland have duped the popular series, painting Arabic slogans criticising it on walls seen in the background.

In one episode set in a Hezbollah-run refugee camp in Lebanon but filmed in Berlin, star Claire Danes can be seen walking by slogans including “Homeland is racist” and “Homeland is a joke and it didn’t make us laugh”.

Berlin graffiti artist Stone said that he and two friends initially were not going to take the job when approached by the producers, but then decided instead to use it to express their opinions of Homeland.

From the positive reaction he has seen, he said “we obviously struck a chord”.

Read: "Homeland is a joke and it didn’t make us laugh."

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