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Metal Wall-E Assembled from the Scrap Heap He Was Made to Clean Up

by Paul Strauss
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We’re suckers for Wall-E. The little robot from the distant future is just the robot we can stake the future of humanity on. Now, assuming you’ve got the money to spare, you can have your very own Wall-E – in sculpture form.

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This Wall-E metal sculpture was made by the guys at Kreatworks, and is made from a variety of old car and machine parts – which is only appropriate, since Wall-E himself was assigned to clean up our junk.

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Metal Wall-E measures about 47 inches tall by 23 inches square, making him quite a bit larger than I envisioned the little ‘bot in Pixar’s world. And at 150+ pounds, he’s put on a bit of weight too. Still he’s pretty damned cool, and I wouldn’t mind having him stand watch in front of my house.

If you want scrap metal Wall-E for yourself, you’ll need to scrounge up $2,800 (USD) of your hard-earned cash, and head over to Kreatworks.

[via Gamma Squad]

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