Mohamed El Masry (1978 – ) is an Egyptian artist and photographer, who lives and works in Cairo. He is educated in art and photography at Helwan University in Egypt. In addition to devoting himself to photography and oil painting, inspired by early Egyptian history, he has also been politically active as an artist on social media. In 2011, during the Egyptian revolution, he used social media, among other things, to make fun of the Egyptian government and how they handled the revolution through digitally manipulated images and memes. His work has been exhibited, both nationally and internationally, and he has received numerous awards, including The Olympic Gold Medal of Art – at the Olympics in Beijing 2008.