Only avid recyclers know how it feels to contribute their share toward the betterment of the planet. Aside from the gravity of their efforts, it’s their intent to do something green which makes all the difference in due course. Folks at Youneek Creations have been quite impressive in that respect since they keep suggesting ways to make trash respectable or worth applause for sure. For years, Michael Le Tendre has been morphing recycled, vintage and found objects into robotic figures which could beautify your living room, study room or your workbench.
Dubbed as Celtron, Melvin, Moen, Eddy, Kogg, Stanley, Mr. Calumet and Osker, the robots – not functional though – flaunt bountiful use of discarded plastic computer components, flexible conduits, bx connectors, alligator clips, nuts, small motors, candlestick holders, Avton tin, tape measures, wires, brass hose nozzles, Edgeworth tobacco tins, gauges, springs and other trashed items. Measuring 6-14.5 inches in height, the robotic creations have immovable parts.
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Starting at around $14.99 and going as high as $34.99, the mini robots await their prospective buyers at Etsy.