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2013 Robot Calendar: A ‘Bot for Every Month

by Paul Strauss
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Robots can serve a wide variety of purposes, ranging from security, to surveillance to making breakfast. So why not celebrate robotic diversity next year with this awesome 2013 robot calendar?

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Designed by Fifty Five Hi’s in collaboration with Justin Mezzell, the 4-color screenprinted, 16×24 wall calendar features a different robot for each month. But they’re not just any robots, no. Each one represents its month in its own special robotic way.

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For instance, there’s a robot leprechaun for March, a robot scarecrow for September, and a not-so-tasty robot turkey for Thanksgiving. Say, wasn’t there a robot turkey on an episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force?

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The 2013 Robot Calendar sells for $24.99(USD), and is being produced in a limited run of just 200, each hand-numbered. Grab one before they’re all gone over at Fifty Five Hi’s.

[via NOTCOT]




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