• February 14, 2010
  • Posted by Marc

Seen In The Navajo Indian Reservation



From Maura:

“I love your blog.  I have been taking photos of the street graffiti around Denver, Colorado for a year or so..mostly in my alleys around my house. I recently took a road trip home to Flagstaff, Arizona and drove through my old stomping grounds, the Navajo Indian reservation and saw these amazing wheat paste pieces on some water tanks in Grey Mountain, an all but abandoned gas station and hotel stop between Tuba City and Flagstaff. I love that they are traditional icons..the gramma and grampa herding the sheep, with the ominous coyote hidden around the corner. Good stuff. I had no idea there was a street art culture on the reservation. Hope you like the images”