Look at it. LOOK AT IT!
The 15 year old in me has just died and went to heaven. A heaven full of ladies in bikinis and robots.
Now, the 32 year old in me says…’Yikes. Those ladies will live to regret that photo someday.’
Get out of the way of the ROBOT!
Anyway, this guy has done a pretty rad thing, making a PERFECT replica of the classic Transformer DEVASTATOR out of Tonka Trucks. That’s…pretty damn cool. I mean, he could have cured cancer or something, but this is almost as cool. This comes from the site KingBotz.com. Now, it’s a site that looks like it’s from 1995, and it’s got totally annoying music that is impossible to disable (at least as far as I can tell) but the photos of Devastator more than make up for it. He’s selling custom-built ones, but I could find no pricing, so that means it’s cheaper just to steal a CAT Front Loader from the local construction site and hum the Transformers theme as you “Devastate” the local mini-mall. And by cheaper, I mean more awesome. I’m sure the legal fees will far outweigh whatever he’s charging.
Which brings us to this-
I couldn’t help it. I really tried. I had this idea quite a while back, and just kinda sat on it. Now that I’m working for Nakatomi exclusively, I have the means to make my every goofy whim a reality. I can’t say that’s a good thing, but hey…if it wasn’t a good idea, it wouldn’t be still rattling around in my head right? Of course, the guy who invented ‘MC Hammer-pants’ probably work-shopped that tragedy for years before he brought it to market.
Anyway- this is a 3 color limited edition silkscreen print, limited to just 70 copies to the public. Measuring 18×24 and signed and numbered by the artist, this is printed by D and L screenprinters. There is a Glow in the dark version that is limited to 10.
‘Comprehensive Health Care is the Right of all Sentient Beings.’
That’s a platform I can get behind. That platform also launches missles, so there’s that as well, I guess.