The Best New Metro Phoenix Murals of 2017 — So Far

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Graham Carew and Tato Caraveo/Photo by Lynn Trimble
Detail of Graham Carew and Tato Caraveo mural at 16th and Highland streets.
There's been plenty of new eye candy on the local street art scene this year. In March, California artist Karen Fiorito's anti-Trump billboard went up along historic Grand Avenue. In June, a trio of women artists came to Phoenix as part of their When Women Disrupt tour, installing wheat paste images addressing racism and sexism. And recently, Jetsonorama created a mural at Eye Lounge that raises awareness about the impact of uranium mining on Navajo Nation communities. Here's a look at some of our favorite 2017 murals — so far.