June 12, 2008

Bennett Robot Works

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Bennett Robot Works sculptures combines the past with the present. On display at the City Foundry in Brooklyn, NY, artist Gordon Bennett uses wood, metal, glass, plastic, and bakelite objects that he finds at garage sales, garbage dumps, and other trash-filled places.

Inspired by the industrial designs of Norman Bel Geddes and Raymond Loewy, each bot stands between 14 and 25", is an exclusive, and takes about a month to build. If you cannot afford one of his pieces, you can also get a poster of some of his work. While they have no
moving parts, we think they are pretty kewl nonetheless. (We are particularly fond of Edward and Kenmore, shown above.)

Via Bennett Robot Works

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at June 12, 2008 3:00 PM
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