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staceythinx:

John Self and Matt Norris’s Lifecycles

Some crazy mechanical-looking beasts to haunt my nightmares. 

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Finally saw The World’s End last night. Creepy robots. Brilliant film. 

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Hats off to Science for developing a vast menagerie of robot predators we will one day come to fear. 

futurescope:

"We’re bouncing now" - New version of MITs robotic Cheetah

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Robot Anatomy series by graphic designer Yves-José Malgorn (tumblr: @ym-graphix)

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Yes, this is crass candy marking but it is also kinda awesome crass candy marketing. 

Yes, this is crass candy marking but it is also kinda awesome crass candy marketing. 

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Robots need BRAINS!

(posters via Pedro Fernandes)

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Hey kids, meet your new robot overlords!

Hey kids, meet your new robot overlords!

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All I’m saying is this franchise deserves another—serious—reboot. 

(illustrations by José Cobá)

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Because who wouldn’t want to frighten the populace with an angry neon robot? 

Built in 2012 by the art collective known as DOMA, Coloso was their entry in the Technopolis art and design event. The wire frame construction stands almost 150 feet tall and looks like a normal electricity pylon save for the shoulder spikes and the arms dangling at its sides. Neon lights are attached to a number of the beams so that at night, the whole thing lights up and is able to really shine. The chest area, or “heart” strobes and creates patterns while the robot’s face animates into various moods with smiles and winks.

(source: Doma via Atlas Obscura)

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Dead or alive, you’re coming with me!

Dead or alive, you’re coming with me!