Growing up in an artistic family – his mom, grandparents and great aunt are all artists – it’s no surprise that Jordan-Alexander Thomas found his calling by being creative. He began making steampunk-inspired robots under the name Spaceboy about 10 years ago. After graduating from Louisiana State University and then a stint in Denver, he moved to Phoenix and joined the First Friday scene. He now works closely with Practical Art and MADE Art Boutique.
— Nikole Tower
Arizona Country Roads
From the White Mountains to Willcox, Duane Eddy to Dierks Bentley, we take a journey through the Western music of the Grand Canyon State. ...
ARTIST OF THE MONTH:“What's my favorite piece?” Lalo Cota repeats, settling in at Jobot coffeehouse in Downtown Phoenix. “The next one.” ...
*Warning: This story contains harsh and profane language. The fearless founder of Phoenix-based pirate radio station KWFUCC goes global online while hijacking Valley airwaves. ...
Artist Neil Logan creates a Wallace and Ladmo bronze sculpture in public, for the public. ...
Carefree Desert Gardens goes wild for sculptor Ray Villafane's life-size sand sculpture of an elephant. ...