YOUR TANGO: THE METAL ARTISTS BEHIND THE CALIFORNIA MONOLITH EXPLAIN HOW IT GOT THERE — AND WHY IT'S BACK
December 5, 2020
The metal artists behind the monolith found in California on December 2 have come forward to reveal their identities and explain how the nearly 10 foot high, 200 pound stainless steel structure first made its way to the top of Pine Mountain, as well as how and why it's now back where it belongs.
SLO TRIBUNE: MYSTERIOUS MONOLITH IS BACK IN ATASCADERO — AND ANOTHER ONE JUST POPPED UP IN SLO COUNTY
December 6, 2020
That mysterious monolith is back in Atascadero — and a similar structure has appeared elsewhere in San Luis Obispo County.
Days after installing a towering, three-sided metal monolith in Atascadero’s Stadium Park, only to have it removed, a group of local artists remade the structure and installed it on the same site.
NY TIMES: CALIFORNIA MEN DECLARE THEMSELVES MAKERS OF PINE MOUNTAIN MONOLITH
December 6, 2020
The monolith on Pine Mountain in Atascadero, Calif., where it was discovered on Wednesday. By Thursday it had been torn down and replaced by a cross, but that was not the end of the story.
ABC: CALIFONIA MONOLITH POPS UP AFTER FINDS IN UTAH, ROMANIA
December 3, 2020
Days after the discovery and swift disappearance of two shining metal monoliths half a world apart, another towering structure has popped up and then quickly vanished, this time in Southern California
THE GUARDIAN: NEW MYSTERY MONOLITH APPEARS ON A CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINTOP
December 2, 2020
A new mystery metal monolith has appeared atop a mountain in California, just a week after a similar structure captured the imagination of the world when it was discovered in the deserts of Utah – before being taken down and disappeared.