Los Trompos are back!  Los Trompos in Spanish translates to “The Spinning Tops”, describing the popular childhood toys which are played with internationally. These interactive and energetic installations are made out of giant steel frames with a traditional style weaving technique by Mexican Artisans. Scottsdale Public Art purchased these interactive works for Canal Convergence 2017 and they will be popping up all around Scottsdale as well as returning to this year’s event.

Dates on Display: Feb. 23 – March 5, 2018

Hector Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena come from a design solution studio finding design solutions for bars, restaurants, hotels and commercial spaces. Their innovative minds came together to creatively rethink furniture, interiors and other everyday products. Their furniture and product design work uses clean lines with unexpected colors and shapes. The artist’s public works are expansive and interactive, using energetic colors and techniques to invite the public to participate.

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