| October 13, 2011 | 3:30pm
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It's about time Phoenix sees some serious mural love. In the interest of giving credit to their artists and because we're losing track of the times we've said, "Whoa, when did that go up?", we bring you Mural City, a series on the murals springing up around town -- their artists, their hosts and their inspirations.
Yesterday, local artist DOSE put the finishing touches on three big words that scroll across the 20-by-125 foot, west-facing wall of Michael Levine
's Seed & Feed Warehouse
(and current home to the Design Museum). It's the first effort DOSE has made in in what he calls a "social political form of graffiti." And tonight, it'll be on view for some big names in local, national, and international design slated to attend the opening.
Right to Remain, Dose says, is the result of a collaboration with Levine, with help from graphic designers Andrew Coppola and Raquel Raney.