It wasn’t until after Matt Pfeilstucker moved from his hometown of Detroit to the Valley of the Sun that he took his passion for cement pottery to the market. He made his first pot in 1999, and about eight years ago he started selling them at Phoenix Public Market’s Open Air Market. PeaboPots was born. Today he continues to make the cement pots as well as cactus sculptures, casts of Phoenix architecture and anything else he thinks would make an interesting model. PeaboPots can be found at Frances Vintage, Practical Art and at peabopots.com.
— Nikole Tower
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