My name is Andy Hill, sometimes known as Andyman. I've combined two of my passions, recycling and robots, to create unique, whimsical robot sculptures that are sure to bring a smile to your face. My major influence has been retro-science fiction design including classic sci-fi movies and those wonderful tin robot toys of the 50's and 60's. All of my works are built from cast away electronic parts, appliances, scrap metal, junk parts and virtually anything else that hasn't been used in the last five minutes. On display here is an archive of my robot legion for your enjoyment. Many of them already reside in various locations around the world...waiting for a certain activation code to...but I digress. Some are still available for purchase. Contact me with questions and purchase inquiries. Enjoy your visit!
Electro Art Works Robot Sculpture From Recycled Parts
Welcome to the robot madness! I have recently been asked if I make everything I show here and I would like to go on record as saying yes, I make everything that appears on this website. I also take all the photographs and create the all the artwork here, too. There may be some confusion as I adopt the persona of a "used robot salesman" when describing the various pieces. That's just me having some fun. It is kind of a carry over from my outlandish stories I pen for my ray guns. There I pretend to be an intergalactic arms dealer. I apologize if some people have mistaken my intent but I try to keep it light here as humor is what makes the world go around.
Well if it doesn't...it should.
Congratulations to Phil Redman, winner of this year's Official Botstock Alpha XIII Andybot. That's two years in a row, Phil.