Made entirely of recycled parts, this robot is the latest sculpture from Nemo Gould, who delights in making giant, multi-armed robots powered by tiny zombies. No, really. Just watch the video.
When robots take over pirate ships, all the high seas thievery gets far more efficient. They can swashbuckle recursively and hoist their Jolly Rogers in parallel.
It's hard to socialize when you're a Boogeyman because all you want to do is hide under beds and growl. That's why artist Nemo Gould has created this Portable Gloom Environment.
Artist Nemo Gould, whose proud and strangely anatomically-correct robot you see here, loves old-fashioned science fiction, hybrid animals, and junkyards. He just finished an artist-in-residency program at the San Francisco Dump, and has turned out an amazing array of sculptures using recycled debris. Brighten your day…