Greece debt crisis: A street artist's graffiti guide
The economic situation in Greece is getting more desperate by the day - and it is having a visible effect on the streets of Athens.
There has been a rush of new graffiti and street art as high unemployment and deep spending cuts take hold.
Now the Syriza-led government says it will not be able to make its repayment to the International Monetary Fund on 5 June unless a deal is reached to unlock bailout funds imminently.
Street artist Cacao Rocks explains what the graffiti in the capital tells us about the political climate in the country.
Produced by Jasmine Coleman and Mohamed Madi.
24 May 2015