Miller’s mural, which shows a man wearing a mask and a face mask, is about a masked vigilante with a knife that he is seen holding.
The mural is in the Phoenix neighborhood of Tempe, which has a large Hispanic population.
Miller told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that the mural is about an artist who has had an opportunity to show people that he has not always seen things that are fair.
Miller said he chose to paint it in Phoenix because he wants people to see that.
“The community is there for people to get to know the art, and not be afraid to ask questions,” Miller said.
Miller’s work has been featured in many cities, including Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington D.C., and New York City.
He told the Journal Sentinel his work is meant to show his “unified character.”
Miller said the mural has been on display for about six months in Tempe.
Miller is currently working on a mural for the Milwaukee City Hall building in Milwaukee.
Miller hopes the mural will help change how people perceive the work, which was commissioned by the City Council in November.
The murals work by artists such as Kyle Miller is being featured in a series of murals around Phoenix that includes one that is about the mask and another showing a man in a mask holding a knife.
(Photo: Courtesy Kyle Miller)