Thomas Jackson's 'The Robot Book' is a mixed media mash-up that’s part sculpture, part graphic novel, part photo book and part gadget. The narrative series of photographs tells the story of a lone robot in a post-apocalyptic future, carrying on the day-to-day menial tasks of life. Jackson writes: "The robot is made from industrial scraps, spare computer parts, surveillance camera housings (his feet) and a recessed lighting fixture (that's his head). But aside from his mechanical construction, he's just like we humans: When not engaged in thankless labor, he's pretty much scared shitless."
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via The Fox is Black