Brella-Bot has severe feelings of inadequacy. It was created with the sole purpose of keeping itself dry in the rain…Brella-Bot however, has an unfortunate love of splashing in puddles, thus failing its only reason for being. This leaves Brella-Bot sad most of the time.
Cephelobot is by design a mining robot. It uses it’s clawed tentacles to move and guide it’s drill bit head in any direction that it wants. From sideways, to upways to downways…all the ways. Cephelobot is also a big fan of shiny objects.
Cig-bot lives off cigarette butts. While burning of the solids of a cigarette the Cig-Bot produces a toxin free steam. One butt will often last 1-2 hours of activity and up to 24 hours in a resting state. Before bed, a Cig-Bot will usually try to find a cigarette butt to help them wake up in the morning. Cig-Bots used to be seen everywhere, but due to recent anti-smoking and anti-litter regulations their numbers have dwindled to the point where seeing one is quite rare. This lucky photo was taken of one in surprisingly good shape.
The ‘Party Ship 1000’, is a luxury cruise liner with a full bar, stage, ballroom, 360 balcony, ivory utensils, full kitchen and space for 800 people. When confronted with the question, “why call it ‘Party Ship 1000’ when there’s only room for 800?” Designers often respond with “Party ship 1000 sounds way cooler than Party Ship 800.”
In order to finally fit in, a robot bought a hat…that to his eye made him look more human, and possibly a little dapper. Humans had always teased him, and this was his chance to gain a little acceptance. This is a picture of him strutting about town with his new hat.
During his day on the town, the robot who wanted to be human received an extra dose of ridicule for his appearance. His efforts were in vain as humans denied him from their clubs, made fun of his hat, and were generally unpleasant towards him. This is a photo of him looking into a puddle, contemplating his existence.
Though traffic lights are seen almost everywhere, these 3 brothers are different from their traffic brethren. The biggest issue with these 3 is that they don’t do their job. Easily distracted by shiny objects, or anything that appears interesting. Due to this they often cause more accidents than they prevent