There's No Place Like the Hood - Limited Print Edition of 40
Prints 1 through 10 - $200.00 each (email me to pre-order)
Prints 11 through 40 - $250.00 each
Release Wednesday, May 29, 2013, NOON EST
MULTIPLE hand pulled silk screen colors with abundant hand finishes in between. Printed on 22 inch wide X 30 inch high 250gsm paper.
Signed, dated, numbered and embossed. Includes COA. My most complex print to date.
Slight nuances exist from print to print. READ 'AS IS' STATEMENT
Attention Spanless Print - Limited Edition 50 - $55.00 each
Hand pulled 2 color silk screen on 18 inch wide X 24 inch high 250gsm paper.
Signed, dated, numbered and embossed. Includes COA.
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World's First LEGO® Technic Vandalizing Robot - VandalBOT
Back in 2006 I did a canvas diptich called Graffiwii. Which depicted me controlling a military style robot to do my dirty work by
using the Nitendo Wii game system. Purely fictitious at the time, but I never forgot the concept.
Then a few years back I received a LEGO® Technic set for my birthday. Those toys I loved as a kid came back into my life in a big way.
I became instantly hooked with the Technic series and knew this Technic system would allow me to build what I had conceived years earlier.
Before I got there however I
had to amass quite a collection before I could bring VandalBOT to life. So after many trials with gearing, torques,
sensors and program writing for the NXT Mindstorms brain I ended up with what you see below - VandalBOT.
The world's first (to the best of my knowledge) fully remote controlled robot vandal.
I used the LEGO Technic Rock Crawler as a base and attached a Minutebot Base to hold my creation. There are 2 mounts for
iPhones one in the front which sends a live video feed to my iPad for driving then a second IPhone on a remote controlled swivel
so I can peer 360 degrees to watch out for the bad guys.
SEE THE VIDEO SOON!