ROA recently stopped by the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona to take part in “The Painted Desert Project.” For his latest project, The Da Vinci of the Streets created a few animal sketches on site to dot the Arizonian landscape. This project aims to boost tourism in the area, and in turn also motivate people to learn more about the Navajo Culture. Seeing all those street artists from different backgrounds and origins unite to support the Navajo Reservation is quite inspiring.
Here are some other pictures of the works on display at the reservation:
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