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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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