Found Art Assemblage Robot by Brian Marshall

Found Art Assemblage Robot by Brian Marshall

I believe you still have remembered the amazing robot band created by Brian Marshall. When I returned to his shop at Etsy, I found I missed many wonderful Found Art robots.

I’m not sure why the creator uses the word “orphanage” to describe his robots shop, but you definitely can see lots of unique and exquisite handmade metal robots. All robots are assembled with various recycled metal parts such as spoons, cans, caps, gears, and etc.

If you’re interested in Found Art or just the cool robots, you can visit his gallery, of course, you also can spend money on these brilliant robots.

By the way, the handmade metal robots from Taiwan are the must-see Found Art gadgets.

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  • Andor

    Hi Brian,
    We really love your bots! A brilliant idea!

    Lucky for us, we just adopted Kabi and Motorola. They now live in an old apartment from 1896 – in Norway. It looks as if they both enjoy their new home 🙂

  • Hello!

    Thanks for featuring my little guys. The adopt-a-bot orphanage is a place where many robot orphans are waiting to find new families to adopt them. I hope that clears up the confusion. 🙂

    Brian

    • dansss21cn

      Wonderful definition! You really do a great job! I’ll come back, digging more incredible robots from your adopt-a-bot orphanage.