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Life-Size Wall-E Replica

Life-Size Wall-E Replica

Mike Senna’s remote-controlled, life-size replica of Wall-E. Senna spent more than 3,800 hours total to make the robot, which can move, move its head and arms and say its name. More here and here.

Where’s Wall-E?

Where’s Wall-E?

Richard Sargent (no, not that Dick Sargent) created this robot-laden illustration, filled with bots from R2-D2 to Rosie the Robot to Bender to Woody Allen in Sleeper. But we dare you to find Wall-E.

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Photos: Wall-E 365

Photos: Wall-E 365

Brian S. Berkovitz’s Wall-E 365 project will photograph our favorite trash compacting ‘bot for a year straight as he does everything but compact trash; he started just after Christmas 2009.

WALL-E Case Mod

WALL-E Case Mod

For all you WALL-E lovers out there: your favorite robot has been cast into a fantastically detailed computer case, complete with meticulous step by step instructions. Thanks, IceBone!

WALL-E Mini Figures

WALL-E Mini Figures

Fresh from Japan, this mini figure set includes eight robots from the epic “prison break” scene in WALL-E, including EVE and M-O; it measure 5.5″ long and includes a snap-together base.

Lego Wall-E

Lego Wall-E

Anyone can build a simulacrum of Wall-E out of Legos, but Korean brick fanatic Gyuta has built a version that can transform itself into Wall-E’s cube form as well as motor around on treads.

Wall-E: Down To Earth

Wall-E: Down To Earth

What if Wall-E were real? Anthony Meadows’ Wall-E: Down to Earth (Part 1, Part 2) is a beautifully shot using a JVC GZ-HD3 with music from the soundtrack and Thomas Newman.

Wall-E Blu-Ray/DVD

Wall-E Blu-Ray/DVD

Our favorite trash compacting robot is returning home: yup, Wall-E is coming in both Blu-ray and DVD flavors on November 18th; each will include the all-new BURN-E short film.

Video: Modded Wall-E

Video: Modded Wall-E

We’re robo-crushin’ on DJ Sures’ modded Wall-E: he takes Disney’s cheap $40 single-motor version and gives it multiple servos and a freakin’ personality, all with only 7 hours of work.

Wooden Wall-E

Wooden Wall-E

This custom Wall-E by Morpheus looks pretty good in wood, which is unfortunate because it’s totally one of a kind and was a gift to PIXAR exec John Lasseter. Still, a geek can dream…

Carving Pencil Tip Sculptures

Carving Pencil Tip Sculptures

Artist Salavat Fidai (Салават Фидаи) creates incredibly detailed sculptures using the sharpened pencil leads as his medium. Among his many miniature creations are Wall-E, the Statue of Liberty, a prancing horse, a Big Ben, a violin, and the world’s smallest elephant.

Domo Arigato Poster

Domo Arigato Poster

We love the whimsical homage artist Derek Sullivan has paid to the most notorious robots in pop culture history in his 18″ x 24″ print. It’s easy to spot Wall-E, Bender and Rosie, but how many more can you identify?

Emotions of Pixar

Emotions of Pixar

Up’s beginning. Toy Story 3‘s ending. Wall-E‘s… everything. Lindsay McCutcheon showcases some of the memorable high and low points in Pixar movies with this wonderful edit that will make your eyes very sweaty. Sia’s Breathe Me doesn’t help matters.

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Samsung Ring Speakers

Samsung Ring Speakers

Samsung’s egg-shaped WAM6500 and 7500 speakers remind us a bit of EVE from Wall-E. They use “ring-radiator” tech to produce immersive 360º sound from a single unit, and will work as part of a multiroom system.

BURN-E

BURN-E

If you never picked up the video release of WALL-E, you missed out on this charming 7-minute long Pixar clip, which tells the tale of BURN-E, a robot tasked with repairing a single exterior light.

John Carter (Trailer 2)

John Carter (Trailer 2)

The new trailer reveals way more of the incredible environments, spacecrafts, and creature animations from Andrew Stanton’s (Finding Nemo/Wall-E) first live-action film. Oh, and is Led Zeppelin from Mars?

John Carter (Trailer)

John Carter (Trailer)

WALL-E’s Andrew Stanton directs his first live-action film, the story of John Carter and his mysterious journey to the planet of Barsoom – the native word for “Mars” for the Martians living there.

Brian Chan’s Origami

Brian Chan’s Origami

Papercraft can often be pretty simplistic, but Brian Chan’s intricate creations were all made by folding alone; not a single cut was made on any of them. We want the WALL-E one for our office.

Video: Beat Dropping R2DJ

Video: Beat Dropping R2DJ

Bidi-bidi-bidi beats here in this fun music video from Eclectic Method, featuring some of our favorite robots, including R2-D2 and C-3PO, Twiki, Johnny 5, WALL-E and EVE, Teddy and B9.

Short Film: A Day in Paris

Short Film: A Day in Paris

Benoit Millot’s A Day in Paris is a live-action/CG short that takes the everyday parts of what it means to be a Parisian and merges them into something equal parts wonderful and WALL-E.

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50 Movie Trailer Mashups

50 Movie Trailer Mashups

From Heroes and Sin City to The Office and Casino Royale, Empire has amassed the 50 Best Movie Trailer Mashups; our fave: WALL-E Meets The Watchmen. Thanks, Thorir!

Eco-Friendly T-shirt

Eco-Friendly T-shirt

Available today only at TeeFury, Alex Solis’ Eco-Friendly t-shirt resembles an amped-up franken-WALL-E; environmental themes aside, the details on this tee are absolutely incredible.

Celebrity Star Wars

Celebrity Star Wars

Worth1000’s latest photochop contest, Celebrity Star Wars, is a Hollywood meets Hoth mashup with everyone from Jack Black and Halle Berry to WALL-E and EVA getting Jed-i-fied.

Short Film: Reach

Short Film: Reach

Curiosity killed the cat, or in this case, the robot: Luke Randall’s Reach is about a cute, waddling robot (WALL-E, anyone?) and its ill-advised battles with its tragically short power cord.

MotherBoard Mirror

MotherBoard Mirror

You won’t be building WALL-E case mods with it, but Romolo Stanco’s MotherBoard is geek-chic with untouchable laser-etchings that are made on the glass slab, not the mirror’s surface.

Bulldozer Case Mod

Bulldozer Case Mod

Although its 700 MHz Pentium III and 512 megs of RAM are a bit out of date, Megalex’s Yellow Bulldozer case mod instantly scores points for looking like WALL-E’s long lost brother.

Adventures in Stormtrooping

Adventures in Stormtrooping

Adventures in Stormtrooping is a brilliant photo collection by Greg Easton showing stormtroopers as they go about their lives, with special appearances by Hellboy and Wall-E.

Trailer: Battle for Terra

Trailer: Battle for Terra

The humans are the bad guys in Battle for Terra, an animated flick due out May 1st that pits us against some uber cutesy aliens; the plot is a mashup of Titan A.E., Wall-E and A Bug’s Life.

Awesome Robot Cakes

Awesome Robot Cakes

Conner over at Botropolis has put together a sugar-laden collection of awesome robot cakes; included are several WALL-E’s, Daleks, Optimus Primes along with some extreme fails.

Transforming Lego Barricade

Transforming Lego Barricade

Disguised as a Saleen ‘Stang, Barricade was easily one of the hottest Transformers in the ’07 movie; uber-brick guru Gyuta (who also did Wall-E) is back with an amazing LEGO version.

WowWee Roborover

WowWee Roborover

WowWee’s Roborover is like Wall-E meets Oliver Twist, and that’s not a bad thing: this tread-based explorer bot uses IR sensors to navigate, and will even try to follow you in the dark.

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