Meet the Old School Cool Calumet Steampunk Assemblage Robot Sculpture.Calumet is a rather rough, beat up, old, used, rusted, tarnished, anti social robot sculpture who really doesn’t care what you think. Just put him on a table,desk or on a shelf and leave him alone! This great little robot sculpture is a combination of assemblage and welded metal art. Cal is created from a really old classic used rough Calumet Baking Power tin. His wood head is cut from an old 2×4 and his metal head piece from a piece of furniture. Cal doesn’t walk since he is on a single vintage over worked used caster wheel that’s welded to a metal washer base. Even his caster wheel has an a bad attitude and doesn’t want to be bothered rolling around as part of a old couch with silly humans on top. Some of the other materials used are wood pieces. metal hands, bottle caps and welded metal and miscellaneous hardware parts. This sturdy old piece stands 8 inches tall, 6.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches
Introducing the new Rolling Kitchen Ken Bot robot sculpture. Ken is a pretty shinny robot and ready for most kitchen duties while rolling around on his 2 wheels. This cool little guy comes with a mixer beater wand, a egg separator, a mounted cooking thermostat and a drink strainer just in case a mixed drink is needed. Ken is ready for a new home where he can wait for the next meal. This piece stands 11.5 inches tall, 8 inches wide, 9 inches deep and weighs 3 pounds!
Introducing the Happy Crafty Owl Bot robot sculpture which is currently listed on the Jones Robo-Works Etsy Store. This wise old Owl’s body is created from a vintage kitchen food grater and it’s wings are old wood ruler sections. This one of a kind bird is perched on a piece of old pallet wood with the original nails and a piece of a branch from the yard. Crafty Owl stands 13.5 inches tall, 7 inches wide and 4 inches deep. Some of the pieces used in this piece are a vintage kitchen food grater, lids, wood including a branch piece and vintage ruler
Welcome to our new blog page! This blog post section will be used as the what’s new section. and feature new robot sculptures, events and maybe even a rant or two! We’ll see how it goes. So take a look around and thanks for your visit!