Che-Man on First Street between Coolidge and Boulder in the Las Vegas 18b (Art District). July 22, 2013. Photo: PaintThisDesert
In July, Los Angeles-based Michael "Che" Romero dropped in the 18B between stops in Brooklyn and the Bay Area and left this in the Arts District. “Che-Man stems from a multitude of ideas and is a social commentary of what is happening throughout the world,” it says on the artist's website that also points out how Pac-Man is used for cultural familiarity, and each ghost is an ism of destruction and source of social riots; racism, imperialism, fascism and terrorism. His unpainted call-to-action plays off the initials: “Let’s unite and create a RIFT!” Che-Man
Judging by the shadows, Lost Vauge Us must have been at the same spot 24 hours before or after me.
"Temple of the Artifacts" 2018
Screen printed cardboard. Sculpture representing boxes for future relics.