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Technabob Mascot Immortalized in Rubik’s Cubes

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See that little robot guy in the upper right corner of the Technabob site header? He’s the original mascot of our humble little website, inspired by the classic arcade game Berserk. So I was oh so thrilled when I heard a world-renown urban artist has immortalized the same robo-dude using a bunch of Rubik’s Cubes.

Rubik’s Robot by Artist Space Invader

French artist Invader is known for leaving his mark all over the globe by placing tile art versions of pixelated gaming invaders in unexpected places.

Space Invaders hit London

His upcoming exhibition, entitled London Invasion and Bad Men Part II runs from October 5th through November 9th, 2007 at London’s Lazarides Gallery. Works on display include the Rubik’s robot pictured here among other pop art works.

[via Urban Retro Lifestyle]



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