One glance at the works of Guy Robot, and one thing is for sure -- what you are seeing is a real conversation piece, especially for people who love to collect interesting objects. Even better, each one of these handmade robots is one of a kind and made of parts such as aerospace and avionics leftovers, plumbing bits and more (look carefully and you'll see what looks like a bit of an old iron in the one up there on the right).
Of course, such unique creations do not come cheap -- the smallest Guy Robot starts at $500, and prices go up all the way to $1475. Definitely not for the average collector, but for the person who's craving a collectable so unique and different that no one else will have anything like it. For inquiries, you can contact the company through firstname.lastname@example.org.
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