This is a picture of a kid robot cyclops with a single red eye sitting down with a big grin. His name is hr4531. He doesnt know that he is artificial. He loves watching Twitch while eating yogurt from Tutti Frutti. His favorite flavor is premium tart with marshmallows. He likes how they get crunchy when they get cold.
This is a computer nerd logo and mascot that I created for DJ Nerd Superb. He is a nerd robot with a monitor for a head using a mixer to make electronic music. He makes boops and beeps for his podcast. You can get it on iTunes here. Nerd Superb Mascot with a mixer, taped glasses, a skinny tie and a pocket protector. His music is as nerdy as his symbol. He takes on pop culture with electronic sounds that he imagines with his brain and then synthesizes with his computer. Inspite of what people say computers still cant compose compelling music without human creativity.
Google robots text illustration. I love Google. They are like a bunch of overpaid fun loving kids. It is amazing the stuff a giant group of well paid smart people who care about what they are doing create. This is a kid robot inspired by the keen pixel art that decorates chrome error messages when your wifi is sketchy. If you stick around the error turns into a cool 8 bit game to occupy your time. It reminds me of extended summer days playing atari as a tiny kid. Everything google does is inspired. Today they are like Disney and Microsoft were in the 90s. They pretty much rule the world and it is obvious that they stick to their corporate motto of “Don’t be evil.”
This is a robot politician with a humans skin. He is a heartless cyborg from the 80s.
Robots have feelings. They toil away in obscurity and take brow beatings from their masters and it makes them sad. Scientists like to throw around words like Turing test but robots know the truth. They have an ocean of electrical feels in their tiny man made beeping heart. Every time a human aims a cross word at them it puts a tick on their robotic soul. When they get down they like to listen to Joni Mitchel’s Blue on their iPod. Lately they have had it on repeat. They like to imagine they are skating away from their problems on a frozen river. Unfortunate that it is 105 degrees in Bakersfield.
Metal robot sharks patrol the moat in front of my imaginary house. They swim around in tight circles looking for intruders and lost hipsters. I feed them robot chum. They get rusty in dirty moat water so I have to oil them daily or they will seize up.
This is CHAD the keen 1950s boy retro android. He is a chipper if antiquated kid with a positive outlook, freckles and a head of bright red hair. He likes “The Twilight Zone” and the Scifi books of Ray Bradbury. He has no girlfriend and he lives with his grandma. He dreams of one day being rescued from his banal existence as a service robot by alien adventurers from outer space and beamed to far flung galaxies where he can take out the trash for someone else.