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Bite My Shiny Metal a**

 |  September 30, 2006

Who said that robots needed to be all clean and shiny (or functional for that matter?) The Bennett Robot Works designs sculptural robots made from junk.

Bennett Robot Works Sculptural Robots

Each (non-functional) robot is unique and handmade by Gordon Bennett and made from a carefully selected assemblage of old and new parts. The robot designs are inspired by the 1940s and 1950s “futurama” visions of Norman Bel Geddes and Raymond Loewy.

Robots each take about a month to build and range in size from 14″ to 34″ tall. Since each bot is a unique work of art, they’re not inexpensive (from $850 to $2500 depending on size and complexity.) However, for those with an eye for original art, they are extremely cool pieces.

[via The Presurfer]