Fix ’em Floyd – Found Object Robot – Unique Robot – Vintage Assemblage Art – Mechanic – Upcycled/Recycled – Repurposed.
Have you ever seen a robot made entirely from recycled materials? Meet Fix ’em Floyd, a vintage robot crafted by a skilled mechanic at ArtfulLives using found objects collected on junking forays.
Floyd stands 14″ tall and weighs one lb., ten oz. He’s a unique creation with a body made from a vintage Tachometer tin, arms that are elaborately shaped and engraved, a simple antique gas testing gauge for a head, and legs made from antique wooden quills from a textile mill.
One of the most impressive things about Floyd is his trusty wrench that he always carries with him. This tool makes him capable of fixing anything that’s broken or gone awry. He’s strong, capable, and up for even the most formidable challenge.
But don’t be fooled by his impressive mechanical skills; Floyd is not a toy. He’s an art object that would make a great addition to any home or the perfect gift for a loved one.
It’s incredible to see how recycled materials combine to create something unique and impressive. Fix ’em Floyd is a true testament to the creative potential of upcycling. We can all learn from his example and strive to find new and innovative ways to reduce waste and repurpose materials.
So next time you’re out junking or looking for a DIY project, remember Floyd and the endless possibilities that can come from repurposing found objects. Who knows, you’ll be inspired to create your own one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Ofcourse, you can buy this one.
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