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Giant Styrofoam Robots on the Attack!

by Paul Strauss
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Actually, despite their size, these styrofoam robots look pretty docile. In fact, you could probably take down an attacking Styrobot with a well-placed karate chop or two.

StyroBot by Michael Salter

With the largest of his creations towering overhead at 22-feet tall, Michael Salter’s packing foam robot sculptures are a sight to behold. Surrounded by an army of pint-sized sentry Styrobots, the gargantuan ‘bot is actually made from discarded packing materials, hung on a wooden skeletal system for support.

Michael Salter and his Styrofoam Robots

You can check out the robots shown above at the Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art, which runs through October 19, 2008.

Michael Salter\'s Mini Styrobot

Additional images of Salter’s wondrous robot creations can be found on the artist’s website.

[via Komo News via Robot Living via DVICE]




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Comments (5):

  1. Lance E Sloan says:

    On the left shoulder of the giant robot is a bowl-shaped piece with a slot cut in it. That’s the packing material from an old Apple iMac G4 (like the 1.25 GHz model). I have one of those in my office. When it is sitting on a desk with the bowl opened upwards, it looks like a toilet. I put a sign next to mine that says “please flush after use” in three languages.

  2. bob says:

    where can i buy head phones for the sci phone i lost mine

  3. david emley says:

    IF YOU WANT MORE INFORMATION CONTACT CREALDE.ORG OR MY WEBSITE ON ARTISTSREGISTRY.COM TO CONTACT ME FROM THERE. THANK YOU

  4. brenda says:

    ive been using my sci phone for a week. i just downloaded an e-book to its memory card and 33 mp3 songs. a few hours after the memory became empty and now it cannot be recognized by my computer. i need help!! this sciphone is useless without a bigger memory!

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