Muralist known for brightening Phoenix streets paints the light rail

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We catch up with muralist Tato Caraveo from season one. He is known for his colorful murals that line downtown Phoenix streets. During the pandemic, Valley Metro asked him to create a mural for a downtown Phoenix light rail station. He created one featuring Chef Silvana that is located at a rail station and another has been wrapped around a light rail car that will travel all over the Phoenix metro area, bringing art to places that don’t often get a chance to see it.

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