Dome, Sweet Dome: rent your own Dome House in Sedona, Arizona

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in Cool Travel on Tuesday 19 February 2013

This needs to be your next ultimate vacation destination. Rent your own Dome House in Sedona, Arizona! It comes complete as an entire home, fully furnished with three bedrooms, two full baths, in-home washer and dryer. Oh, and did I mention the fantastic view of the Red Rocks? So don’t wait, book your next vacation […]

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Now you can visit the Flintstones in real life

Rebekah Rhoden Contributor

By Rebekah Rhoden in Cool Travel on Wednesday 19 December 2012

In northern Arizona, classic cartoon fans can visit a real-life Bedrock city, as seen in the Flintstones television show. Although it’s not an actual city, visitors can tour the large, colorful concrete buildings complete with decorated interiors. This is a great tourist spot especially for those who grew up watching this classic show.

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Running camels are funny

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in Video on Saturday 14 January 2012

So apparently camels have a really funny way of running. This girl, Alex, owns a pet camel in rural Arizona, and she made this video to show us this fact.

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Brock Lefferts’ daily psychedelic graphic design print

Nini Baseema Contributor

By Nini Baseema in New Design on Monday 24 January 2011

Brock Lefferts is a talented illustrator and graphic designer from Arizona. He has started a Tumblr where he intends to upload one of his amazing psychadelic prints every day. I really like the first 21 results so far.

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Nate Ronniger

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 27 January 2009

We checked in with Arizona-based artist Nate Ronniger and asked him about the process behind his elaborate creations: ‘In many ways, I think of myself as a director. Situating a still life of mine is like putting on a miniature play. There are costumes, characters and props. I want the plot to be intriguing and […]

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Interview with Joe Sorren

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Monday 11 August 2008

I’ve posted the wonderfully surreal and vibrant work of Arizona-based artist Joe Sorren many times over the past couple of years, so it was time to check in with him in the workspace from which such amazing paintings are produced: Is your studio more about inspiration or functionality? ‘I was thinking about my studio the […]

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Meg Hunt’s vivacious style

Ilana Kohn Reader Find

By Ilana Kohn in New Illustration on Saturday 12 July 2008

Arizona illustrator Meg Hunt creates some seriously fun artwork, the kind of stuff I would have drooled over as a kid and still consider the bees knees at my current mature age, the kind of work that really takes me to my happy happy place. Dense patterns, and more patterns, texture and color abound throughout her lively illustrations. With a childlike aesthetic, further emphasized by her playful choice of subject matter, you just can’t help but smile when you stumble across her vivacious illustrations.

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In the morning, in the tide

Jenn Porreca Reader Find

By Jenn Porreca in New Art, New Events on Sunday 10 February 2008

One would think a life out in Arizona would produce imagery of arid deserts and funny little plants that grow under such conditions. But Joe Sorren’s paintings speak of hope, innocence and another world, with the bright sun rising high into the clouds over an endless ocean of dreams. Sorren’s new painting In the Morning, […]

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