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A closer look at the works of the Richmond Mural Project.

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The Washington-based gallery Art Whino brought the Richmond Mural Project back to town this summer.

Organizers launched the project last year with two goals: to give internationally recognized mural artists the space to practice their craft and to turn the city into a destination for street art.

This year, 11 artists created 23 towering murals. We chronicled the results.

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