Graffiti group Indecline leaves mark on Pahrump

Acclaimed street artist group Indecline, whose art has been on walls across the world, put their mark on Pahrump recently.

One of the members of the crew spray painted their infamous devil-businessman logo on an old water silo on the side of Highway 160, near the Spring Mountain Motor Ranch complex.

The group claims to have produced the largest illegal graffiti piece in the world, with “This Land Was Our Land” on the Cuddeback landing strip on the California side of the Mojave Desert.

The over mile-and-a-half-long piece took six 18 to 20 hour days to complete, using 250 gallons of paint, at a cost of around $20,000 according to the group.