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Last spring, one of downtown's geometric David Rubello murals was painted over and replaced with an awful 7-Eleven billboard. The '70s-era mural owed its existence to a larger effort that fought to stabilize Detroit's declining downtown using public art. Model D has a rundown of murals meant to forestall the city's "last gasp." [Model D]