Clockwise from top: Cork, Dublin and Limerick
The results are in.
Last week, with a free
Rob Stears Big City Bot Limited Edition Giclée Print in A2 size from Jam Art Prints on offer, we asked you to name Rob’s three city bots (above).
Nicorigo‘s entry won him the ‘rob bot’ print of his choice:
Limerick: ‘Shannonside Masterforce’
Cork: ‘Corkius Prime’
Well done Nicorigo and thanks all.
Last week: I Like Big Bots And I Can Not Lie
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The Jam Art Print competition appears here every second Thursday.
Transformers: The Ultimate Pop Up Universe by pop-up papercrafter Matthew Reinhart and illustrator/toy designer Emiliano Santalucia. To wit:
Watch as the planet Cybertron changes into an epic battle on Earth. Then look out for the mighty Autobot Omega Supreme — Reinhart’s tallest pop-up ever — as he rises off the page to smash Decepticon foes. In this epic pop-up experience unlike any seen before, only you hold the power to make the Autobots and Decepticons turn from vehicles to robots, and back again.
Simon Geraghty writes:
I see Grangegorman squat has enlisted an Autobot for defence
In the door of local residents in Grangegorman [Dublin] this evening
Yesterday: See How Their Garden Grows
Matt Kuphaldt loves Transformers and has mashed them up with old-school Guinness ads to create something we dearly want as a print.
‘Transformed’ Nissan Almera, South William Street, Dublin, moments ago.
(Thanks Ruairi Carroll)
Saw this in the Philippines over Christmas…
A selection of genuinely awesome scrap metal transformers made in China.
See, now, this is why they’re the next global superpower.
Huge gallery here (in Chinese, but you’ll be too busy flipping through the pix to care.)