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Reader Eric forwarded this find from Boing Boing gadgets. For anyone who’s been living in a bomb shelter for the last year, this is Wall-E. Wall-E makes everything he touches better. Be it the Earth or another person’s life, Wall-E can make it better because he tries hard and actually cares. That’s why I think folks are willing to put this much time into making an uber-badass wooden likeness of him — he does save mankind after all.

Story aside, the sculpture is a masterful expression of woodcrafting, even if it was done by a prototyping studio. Take a look at those tracks and gear reliefs — you can plainly see someone put a bunch of effort into it.

Wooden Wall-E [Boing Boing]


5 Responses to It’s Just Cool: Wooden Wall-E

  1. joeedh says:

    Awesome. . .overload. . .so. . .cool!

  2. Old Coot says:

    Makes me want to try harder to do better work.

  3. BC says:

    That’s some serious talent there. Either that or excessive use of a CNC router…

  4. Gary says:

    At a guess, I’d say CNC – but it’s still awesome. My 8 year old just saw it and went on and on. Hmm, I wonder if I can use this project as a way to talk the wife into buying a CNC router…

  5. Kieran says:

    Woohoo, I’m from Hertford, surprised to see something from us on an American based site. Strangely I’ve never heard of this Morpheus company, but there work is bloody amazing.

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