The Desert Art Scene | Slab City, Salvation Mountain, and East Jesus Gallery

Our road trip concludes with a visit to Slab City: The Last Free Place, where anarchist squatters, snow birds, and hippie-types create art from found objects and donated paint. The gateway to this creative hub is Salvation Mountain, a massive hill of dirt, wood, and cement, adobes, a Navaho-style hogan, and vehicles, all painted in technicolor bible verse and messages of love. From there, we take a driving tour past outdoor galleries that dot the main road, concluding at East Jesus Gallery. This is video number 4, and the last, in our Southern California Desert travel vlog series. | NEWSLETTER: ๐Ÿ’Œ Get our not-quite-weekly newsletter for all the latest and help us plan our adventures! | OUR BLOG AND FAVORITE TRAVEL RESOURCES: โœˆ๏ธ

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