By Brendan Kiley
Seattle Times arts and culture reporter
To some, graffiti will never be anything more than a nuisance and, occasionally, a menace.
For the rest of us, who regard graffiti with curiosity, confusion and/or admiration, summer is the season for discovery. Even during normal years, the long days and lingering twilights invite trips through Seattle’s most chaotic museum, where the artists are the curators, every surface is a canvas and the city of Seattle’s graffiti rangers (actual job title) hustle to keep it blank.
But this is not a normal year.
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