A cadre of internationally-known street artists has been leaving its mark around town, splashing eye-popping designs in cartoon colors on buildings in the name of beauty. Racking up some 60-70 works since starting in May, the Detroit Beautification Project, as it’s known, peppers the city and neighboring Hamtramck with vivid murals, like this piece spanning one wall of the Precision Tumbling Co, a metal parts finisher on Joseph Campau south of Six Mile in the ‘D’.
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