March 9, 2010

Brauer's Uncommon Robots

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We dig the fact that when Brauer makes robotic art, he does so by recycling. His bots are anything but common although they have basic names like Oscar and Horton. Here is his artful philosophy:

"In our modern world, where objects often have a single life, I aim at inventing a new existence for them by diverting them from their initial function. I particularly like the robust appearance of used steel and industrial materials. When I put them together, they start a new life as unique pieces of art, in which each component can tell its own story."

Check out his site for more robots.

Via Brauer (French)

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at March 9, 2010 8:45 AM
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