Handmade, one-of-a-kind robots and other sci-fi art
Practical Art Presents
Robots and What Nots: A Space Boy Robot Show!
November 1-30, 2013 5070 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85012
Robots and What Nots
showcases robot sculptures by local mixed-media artist Jordan Thomas. These whimsical and unique robots, made from wood and up-cycled ephemera, are handcrafted and painted into amusing steampunk creations. Jordan began creating these robot sculptures when his passion of indie handmade and his love of all things Science Fiction collided. Please come and explore the imaginative handcrafted pieces by Practical Art artisan, Jordan Thomas
ABOUT THE ARTIST
robot & sci-fi artist
Jordan-Alexander Thomas has been building robots since 2006 and it all began when his love of indie handmade and his love of all things Science-Fiction collided. While rummaging through his mother’s garage he found a collection of old wooden blocks and some other odd trinkets. Being the crafty guy that he is, he decided to use the mixture of odd items he found in the garage (plus a few things from the craft store) to build robots! Today, he still follows the same principal of reusing and up-cycling found items. He personally hand builds and hand paints every single robot that leaves his workshop, and each robot creation is guaranteed a one of a kind sculpture. All of his creations are centered around the steam power pseudo-Victorian era style known as Steampunk.
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