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  1. Italian Artists Pixel Pancho & 2501 Visit the Navajo Nation for The Painted Desert Project
    Posted on 09-Nov-12. Filed in Art, Graffiti, Mural, Street Art. Comments (0)
    pixel pancho x 2501 st redhouse stand from James Q Martin Media on Vimeo. Photos by Q & Chip Thomas The Painted Desert Project continues with new additions from Italian artists Pixel Pancho and 2501. Here are some initial photos of their work on the Navajo Reservation. Luckily they got there safely after running into […]
  2. JB Snyder on The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation
    Posted on 19-Sep-12. Filed in Art, Graffiti, Mural, Street Art. Comments (2)
    0\ JB Snyder All photos by Emily Caldwell In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By […]
  3. ROA ~ Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation
    Posted on 22-Aug-12. Filed in Art, Graffiti, Mural. Comments (1)
    ROA In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By painting murals on food stands and dilapidated […]
  4. Jetsonorama, Breeze, Greyeyes ~ The Painted Desert Project, Part Three, Navajo Nation
    Posted on 17-Jul-12. Filed in Art, Graffiti, Mural, Street Art. Comments (0)
    Jetsonorama Thomas “Breeze” Marcus Breeze X Jetsonorama Tom Greyeyes Photos by Chip Thomas, Breeze, & Phxtaco In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region […]
  5. Labrona, Gaia ~ The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation, Part Two
    Posted on 07-Jul-12. Filed in Art, Graffiti, Mural, Street Art. Comments (1)
    Labrona Gaia Photos by Chip Thomas & Phxtaco In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By […]
  6. Overunder, Doodles ~ The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation, Part One
    Posted on 02-Jul-12. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (1)
    Overunder Doodles Photos by Chip Thomas & Phxtaco In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By […]
  7. Jetsonorama’s Trailer Wheat Paste on the Navajo Nation, Tuba City
    Posted on 08-May-13. Filed in Art, Street Art. Comments (0)
    Artist and physician Chip Thomas, a.k.a. Jetsonorama pasted this work a few months ago on a friend’s trailer in Tuba City, located in Northeastern Arizona on Navajo Nation. Jetsonorama has been featured on this site many times before, especially for the ongoing Painted Desert Project. To view more of his work, visit past posts or […]
  8. “Save the Confluence”, An Effort to Protect the Grand Canyon’s East Rim from Development
    Posted on 23-Nov-12. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (0)
    From Yote’s website: The Navajo group “Save the Confluence” are opposed to the development of the Grand Canyon Escalade project at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. This video explains why this area is sacred and should be preserved in its natural state. Photo by Maria […]
  9. Water is Life ~ Jetsonorama, Navajo Nation
    Posted on 13-Jun-12. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (0)
    Jetsonorma is gearing up for The Painted Desert Project, an ambitious project that aims to put large scale installations along Highway 89 in Northern Arizona by local and national artists alike. Read the backstory about this specific piece at Jetsonorama’s blog  
  10. Yote’s Corn Print ~ Spotlight
    Posted on 24-May-12. Filed in Art. Comments (0)
    Yote‘s corn prints are available for sale at http://yote.bigcartel.com/ as part of a fundraiser for The Painted Desert Project The Painted Desert Project links world class street artists and muralist with indigenous artists and youth groups from the Navajo Nation through workshops and mural opportunities. The murals will be painted along highway 89 where thousands […]