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- "Dawg, you seen this monkey dude doin his street art shit round the city? Dude is real, man. Them some authentic ass lines."
- — Lamar Davis
After completing the mission Chop, Franklin will receive a text message from Lamar saying that a street artist has been painting monkey mosaics in walls across Los Santos. After this, the player will need to photograph all of these simian-inspired mosaics that the mysterious street artist is tagging across the walls of the city. The player can photograph the mosaics with any protagonist, despite the fact that only Franklin receives the text message. There are a total of 50 monkey mosaics to be photographed.
This appears to be a publicity stunt by the Go Go Space Monkey company in preparation for the upcoming film Space Monkey 3D, as the company thanks the player for taking part once the event is completed.
|1||Strawberry - Under The Olympic Freeway, southeast of the Ammunation.|
|2||North wall of the homeless camp under the Olympic Freeway in Strawberry.|
|3||On the roof of the Beacon Theatre in Davis.|
|4||Alley behind a restaurant in Rancho.|
|5||On the roof of the Pisswasser Factory in Cypress Flats.|
|6||On the concrete steps to a building in the Car Scrapyard in El Burro Heights.|
|7||East wall of Alpha Mail Couriers depot, southeast corner of Terminal.|
|8||South end of the Port of Los Santos.|
|9||Dock on the north shore of the port, Elysian Island/Banning.|
|10||Unrestricted warehouse area on the east side of LSIA.|
|11||Behind the Los Santos Customs at the airport, La Puerta.|
|12||At the base of the illuminated LS FORUM sign next to the freeway, La Puerta|
|13||Hidden behind bushes at Puerto Del Sol Marina.|
|14||Raquetball courts, Vespucci Beach.|
|15||North side of the westernmost skate ramp, Decker Park, Little Seoul.|
|16||Beneath the Maze Bank Tower, San Andreas Avenue, Pillbox Hill. Hiding behind planter box and foliage.|
|17||Beneath the Del Perro Freeway/Los Santos Freeway interchange in East Vinewood, hidden behind homeless carton-house.|
|18||East Vinewood Mirror Park Rail Yard on the side of a railcar.|
|19||Mirror Park public toilet.|
|20||Murrieta Heights under Palomino Freeway.|
|21||Behind the 24/7 at the Tataviam Truckstop on the Palomino Freeway.|
|22||On the first level of roof behind the Vinewood Plaza Hotel in Vinewood.|
|23||Vinewood, on the side of a block of stores on Clinton Avenue.|
|24||Vinewood, above Bishop's WTF?! on Vinewood Boulevard.|
|25||Above the door of the Hardcore Comic Store on Eclipse Boulevard in Vinewood.|
|26||Hawick Avenue, Burton on the roof.|
|27||Next to the Del Perro Freeway just over a wall from the Rockford Dorset Hotel.|
|28||On a seat in a corner park in the southeast corner of the Los Santos Golf Club in Rockford Hills.|
|29||On top of Woody's Autos in Del Perro opposite Ammu-Nation.|
|30||At the top of the stairway down to the Del Perro subway station.|
|31||On the wall of Al Dente's in Vespucci.|
|32||At the end of Del Perro Pier on a bench seat.|
|33||On the steps leading down from Playa Vista, Del Perro to the footbridge over the Great Ocean Highway.|
|34||Behind the Hill Valley Church in the cemetery at Pacific Bluffs.|
|35||At ULSA, just east of the track.|
|36||Cottage Park, Rockford Hills on the side of the building.|
- On the roof near the dome on the left side.
|38||Under the south side of the Route 1 bridge over Cassidy Creek in North Chumash.|
|39||Behind the Discount Store on Route 68 by Fort Zancudo.|
|40||Behind the Animal Ark Building on Route 68 in Harmony.|
|41||Behind the building at the fuel depot on Joshua Road, midway between Harmony and Sandy Shores.|
|42||In a boarded up Auto repair workshop opposite a Liquor Market on Marina Drive, west end of Sandy Shores. The photo can be taken by standing on a vehicle without gaining entry to the boarded up room.|
|43||The Derelict Motel in Sandy Shores. west side, 1st floor, 1st room south doorway.|
|44||Behine O'Sheas Barbers Shop in Sandy Shores.|
|45||On a fence behind the office building at Thomson Scrapyard in the Grand Senora Desert.|
|46||North side of the gateway to Humane Labs and Research.|
|47||Behind the supermarket buildig on Grapeseed Main Street in Grapeseed.|
|48||Behind a building opposite the Limited LTD Service station on Grapeseed Main Street in Grapeseed.|
|49||Behind the gas station building next to Beeker's Garage in Paleto Bay.|
|50||Behind Herr Kutz Barber on Paleto Boulevard in Paleto Bay.|
Once all the mosaics have been photographed, the player will receive a message saying that monkey outfits have been delivered to Trevor's wardrobe. There will be 4 shorts, 5 tank tops and 3 dresses inspired by the monkey mosaics in his wardrobe.
The Monkey Mosaic random event will also become available and once completed a text message will confirm the Go Go Monkey Blista will be available at the protagonists' garages, in the "Special Vehicles" section.
If the player kills the artist, it will prevent the player from getting the Go Go Monkey Blista and the Monkey clothes and there will be no opportunities again to unlock the rewards anymore; as such, killing the artist comes as a fairly pointless option.
- The mosaics might be inspired by well-known French street artist Invader, who creates similar 8-bit mosaics. These are found in cities around the world, including Los Angeles.
- The monkey mosaics are already present at the beginning of the game unlike other collectibles, for example letter scraps which appear only after a Weazel News radio broadcast about Leonora Johnson's unsolved murder. Subsequently, one can start collecting snapshots of the monkey mosaics after completing Franklin and Lamar and not have to wait for Lamar's text about the mosaics.
- The mosaics also appear in GTA Online though these cannot be interacted at all by the GTA Online Protagonist.