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‘Adoptabot’ Upcycled Robots Await Adoption into Green Homes

Posted By Beth Shea On September 18, 2009 @ 12:30 pm In eco kids,Inhabitots | No Comments

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In the case of designer Brian Marshall [1], playing with toys all day really can culminate in a career. Inspired by a childhood spent building with Legos and Lincoln Logs, Marshall’s imagination unearthed the beauty in found items and he crafted an eco-inspired motley crew of robots [1] currently awaiting adoption in the world’s first robot orphanage [1]. Made from discarded objects including lamps, clocks, silverware and cameras, these personable robots range in persona from formidable to fun-loving. But they all have the common thread of having their parts spared from a landfill to bring thoughtful decor and character to green families with a soft spot for robots.


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