A Robot a Day Helps to Contain Small Objects

Posted 31 Jul 2008 at 18:04 UTC by steve Share This

Via Craft (via mixed plate), we heard about Erin, who is building a robot a day. Well, a robot pouch, anyway. Eris is from Anatomy of a Skirt, where she designs hand-made eco-friendly fashion accessories. She's using scraps to create custom, one (or two) of a kind robot pouches. Five days a week, Erin posts a new robot pouch in her Robot a Day blog. Personally, I liked the Existentialistbot and the matching pair of Cheron Bots, Bele and Lokai. Being a fashion-impaired geek myself, I have no idea what one does with a "pouch" - is it a purse? the modern equivalent of a fanny pack perhaps? a tiny back pack? I don't know. But if you have a collection of small objects that belong in a pouch and you like robots, these are the pouches you want. Prices vary as each one is more a work of art than a mass produced product. Check out her Etsy Shop if you'd like to buy one.

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