Brian Marshall makes cute looking robots out of old greasers, aluminum spoons, pencil and other throw away scraps. Adoptabots are cute little sculptures, created by Delaware-based artist, Brian Marshall, using various discarded objects. Brian Marshall is a middle-school teacher, from Delaware, who creates these lovely Adoptabots, in his spare time. The fact that he’s not even a full-time artist makes his work even more impressive. Instead of leaving old kitchen utensils, cameras, and all kinds of other stuff rot at the landfill, this talented artist decided to offer them a second chance at life, by transforming them into Adoptabots.
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