When contemporary stuff fails to inspire our creativity, we often seek to derive that much-needed inspiration from things we consider as outdated, superfluous or waste. Creatives at Reclaim2Fame accordingly take pleasure in exploring, collecting and amassing discarded stuff lying around and morph it into convincingly impressive, animal-shaped robotic sculptures.
The Jalopy – Robotic Dog Assemblage, according to the manufacturers, is the silliest robot dog yet. Made from materials such as recycled aluminum soup pot, vintage bicycle headlights, horns and training wheels, the weird-looking robot is 20.5″ tall, 14″ wide and 22″ long. Next, the Robot Pony – Yearling sculpture utilizes a vintage French fry cutter, an advertising tin and vintage doll buggy wheels. The third sculpture, i.e. d’Artagnan or DART flaunts eyes made from aluminum binoculars.
Equally impressive is the robot dog called CALLI, which uses a vintage, Calumet advertising tin as its body, antique French opera glass parts as eyes and a vintage drink mixer as its head. The next entry, i.e. GINNY robotic dog sculpture provides an altogether different meaning to a vintage, craftsman toolbox. While antique binocular parts make its eyes, you could see it flaunting vintage, Virginia license plate ears. Finally yet importantly,
Priced at $625 to $3,800, the perfectly mobile, animal shaped figurines will definitely add a distinct appeal to your home décor.