August 25, 2008

Lockwasher Robotic Art


Lockwasher's designs feature some of the most original robot art we have seen to date. He takes found objects and turn them into rayguns, rockets, robots, etc. We have a special fondness for his team of 23.5" Gigantor and crony Visetti, made with an old electric fence controller, Smoothie maker spin-on lids, an espresso maker base, two golf pull cart flanges, bakelite wheels from an Electrolux and a spin-on oil filter tool. You have to check out the rest of his collection on Flickr, as his pieces are going fast.

(Thanks, Paul)

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at August 25, 2008 9:09 PM
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