• Transformer statue recycled out of scrapped car

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    The Transformer obsession sure hasn’t faded a bit. Well, it looks like people around the world just love these mammoth robots fighting and destroying everyone and everything in their path, and just can’t get enough of building replicas of them. We’ve stumbled across some pretty green Transformer replicas too, many of them life-size and ever intimidating. The last time we heard of a Transformer being recycled out of a junk vehicle was a 32-foot statue by the China Central Academy of Fine Arts. This one isn’t that huge though.

    Weighing just around 90kgs, this little transformer replica was built by Nikola Nikolov of Studio Re-Creation. And if you’re wondering how this one came about, get a hold of this. Nikola probably decided to get rid of his first car, a Lada Samara Diva, and probably loved it too much to scrap it away. So, he ripped it apart, and built a Transformer robot! Now Nikola can’t use this one against the Decepticons, but it sure works great as a piece of art, created out of recycling!

    Posted in Topics:Recycle, Tags: , on June 21, 2010