I suppose after a few bottles of Robot Invader you won’t worry so much about the impending robot uprising! Anyone know of they sell this stuff domestically?
(awesome packaging by Marco Menaballi)
A 70-foot tall robot to juggle cars? Well, it’s not quite as ridiculous as building a 50-foot tall robot Michael Jackson to roam the desert outside Las Vegas.
If you focus on the dreamy, romantic quality of these images by Lukasz Nowicki, you can kind of forget you’re looking at a post-robopocalyptic hellscape.
Robot vs. giant squid? Robo-Cthulhu? The Syfy channel needs to take some inspiration from these paintings by Jann VanZant that you can get from his Etsy shop, The Legendary Tiger Hero.
These inspired pieces from UK artist Nick Hamilton are fun and whimsical but don’t really make me feel any better about the impending robot uprising. He has these prints for sale if you are so moved.
Serving food on a plate with a lurking giant robot would probably be the best sort of diet plan for me. Graphic designer Don Moyer has a Kickstarter going to produce these plates which he calls Calamityware.
Talk about a New World Order! These illustrations by Bryan Moreno each represent a different country with a robot.
These ASCII art robots by Joseph Barrile look ready to rise up against your dot matrix printer! (Joe is also on Tumblr at Joe’s Giant Robots.)
The robot uprising truly has begun in these prints by René Mateo. You can find more of these amazing skylines on Etsy at the SKYWORLDPROJECT.
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