Raygun art makes Mesa’s Second Friday a blast from the future

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The “future urban folk art sculpture” work of Elvis Knievel will dominate Evermore Nevermore’s offerings at this month’s Second Friday event in downtown Mesa.

You can catch Knievel’s folk art, which is made from everyday objects, in the Galactic Showdown Ray Gun Exhibit 6 to 10 p.m. at the Goth/steampunk clothing boutique and bookshop, 127 W. Main St., between History by George and Queen’s Pizzeria.

You can even purchase his out-of-this-world creations. Just remember, as Darth Vader warned Boba Fett: “No disintegrations.”

Also coming later this month at Evermore Nevermore: a felt craft workshop pitting zombies against robots, 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 15 and 18. Projects cost $10 each and include everything you need to make a soft and cuddly “cranium craving cadaver” or “computer-driven cyborg contraption.”

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