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Phoenix Taco » 2011 » July

Stuck On the Streets ~ Part 5


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Carne Asada on Fry Bread ~ Emerson Fry Bread

Emerson Fry Blend is a food truck with a twist– a delicious Native American spin on Mexican dishes. Featured above is their trademark carne asada on fry bread. You can check their facebook to find them at farmer’s markets or try Drumbeat Indian Arts at Indian School Rd. & 16th St.

Abro, Sleisure [SoldierLeisure] ~ Tempe

Soldierleisure

Jetsonorama ~ Gray Mountains, Navajo Nation

“[ . . . ] Anyway, I got to the tanks before the wind reached full velocity. Fortunately it didn’t get as bad as it was the previous 2 days.  However, it gusted enough to blow my ladder over a couple times (without me on it).  I’ve just got to say it and toot my own horn; it takes skill to get big sheets of paper onto a curvilinear surface 12 feet off the ground on a windy day. That’s all I’m saying.”

A piece put up for Race Across America, a 3,000 mile bike race across the country that passes through the Navajo nation.

Read more at Jetsonorama’s blog

Empire ~ Tempe


Sike, Kento ~ Bliss Rebar, Central

Sike & Kento next to Bliss Rebar at Garfield & 5th St.

Tonatierra ~ Central


To Create and Sustain a Cultural Embassy of the Indigenous Peoples that will support local-global and holistic indigenous community initiatives in education, culture, and economic development in accord with the principles of Community Ecology and Self Determination.

Tonatierra Community Development Institute at 7th St. & McKinley St.

The 1912 Project ~ The “Split” Edition

People who choose to promote 1912 are aiding in the continual creative formation of Arizona’s perception, integrity and character. By supporting the project, you’re supporting growth. Just wear the t-shirt with pride and spread the word about what makes Arizona special. Promote the small things that others may not see and generate a sense of excitement about being part of what makes up Arizona. By choosing to wear and identify with 1912, you choose to identify with and support Arizona’s creativity, history, symbolism, and identity.

William LeGoullon of The 1912 Project has released The “Split” Edition, his second limited-edition batch of Arizona-inspired shirts. Check the website to view the first edition and read a bio on the author and project.

12 white, 12 black

Unisex sizes XS – XL

Email The1912Project@gmail.com for more info or to place and order,
and check Wet Paint Artist Supply in Tempe for in-stock shirts!

AntiGirl ~ Central

AntiGirl

Brez ~ Barsmith, Washigton & 2nd St.

Thomas “Brez” Marcus new installation in the downstairs of Barsmith