19 Oct
French street artist lays his work in the Arizona desert

The first time we stumbled across ROA’s pieces in downtown Los Angeles we were floored. In the over-crowded world of street art he still stands apart with a singular technique — both highly detailed and yet very personally stylized. Now ROA’s the latest artist to contribute to The Boneyard Project, drawing two giant birds on the massive hulls of decommissioned planes at the famous airfields of the Pima Air & Space museum, just outside of Tucson, AZ. We’ve actually been there, the place is mindblowing — acres and acres of defunct plane corpses rotting in the desert sun. Both holy and a little spooky, it is the perfect location for ROA’s large-scale art. Peep the video below to get a feel for what makes the French artist tick…

NIGHT FLIGHT from Jason Wawro on Vimeo.


2 Responses to “ROA for THE BONEYARD PROJECT ‘Night Flight’ Video”

  1. […] style evident in his Dominant Species exhibit in San Francisco this past September, as well as his Boneyards Project in the Arizona Desert which we featured back in October. In his latest solo exhibition, ROA documents the tenuous […]

  2. […] we last saw the Boneyard Projects, it was for ROA’s Night Flight video (coincidentally we just previewed some ROA x SK8room decks below). This time The Boneyard Project […]

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