Our idea of the future has been the same for a couple decades: robots doing stuff for us, humans, and us, enjoying life. What has changed, though, is the way we picture these robotic servants.
Back in the golden age of Sci-Fi, as long as it stood in two legs, no matter how square-looking it was, it was the bees knees and a sight of the future. French artist +Brauer tries to recapture this aesthetic of simpler times, when robots didn’t need fancy AI to amaze us. And by recreating them with recycled and vintage materials, he’s definitely done the trick.
This is not about mechanics and binary codes, but about bolts and nuts made poetry. The result? We absolutely love it, but how about you, dear readers?