Building forts out of sage brush and attending boarding school
on the eastern region of the Navajo Nation of the early 80’s. This
decendent of both Dine’(Navajo) and Walatowa(Jemez Pueblo) tribes
has somehow found his way south of “Santa Fe”.
Like alot of Native American Artists living in an urban setting
Randolph Sabaque better known as “SABA” has endured a great
amount of confusion to why his native traditions and identity
is getting harder and harder to find unless you were to purchase
a pack of “All Natural” cigerettes.
The “All Natural” talent obtain by SABA can be seen throughout
the southwest and across the great waters that separate the lands!
On the real SABA is one of many indigenous refugees digging his way
back to his roots through art. Finding a balance between two worlds,
fusing his graffiti art with a heavy Native American presence. Hoping
to relay the message to a younger audience that his people are
We are here and have always been. The rock walls say it all!
Stop Assimilating By Adapting….