Street Art on the Reservation

• June 28, 2011 • Comments (0)

Wheatpaste Art by Jetsorama

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Chip Thomas is a man with multiple identities. He’s a longtime Indian Health Service physician working on the Navajo Reservation. He’s also a great photographer. He’s also the wheatpaste artist known as Jetsorama, and his large, street art-style images of the people in his community resonate with striking power against the stark Arizona landscape. Check his blog to follow his latest projects and see more images like these:

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These pieces were done for Bicycle Inter Community Art and Salvage (BICAS) in Tucson:

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We learned about Jetsorama at

Tags: arizona, Featured, street art, wheatpaste

Category: Finds, Urban Art

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