Massive Los Angeles Art Project ‘Tagged’ en route to Museum | Adventures in Life |

Los Angeles — The 340-ton granite megalith artwork known as Levitated Mass was “tagged” en route to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). The tag was done with non-permanent water color and was removed shortly after it was discovered by stunned security personnel. “I don’t know how they got that on there right under our noses,” said one guard, “but I had to laugh and get a picture. I recognized the Mark of Spanky immediately. My kids love the book, The Legend of Muchacho Spanky. I am glad it’s not permanent though.” The Levitated Mass arrived at it’s destination safely Saturday morning.