Practical Plans For Large Scale Train Clarified

The robots created by Don Jones are not designed for functionality but for fun. The Recycler: Mobile Recycling Robot by Don Jones J. Michael Krivyanski View all 6 photos J. Michael Krivyanski Jones was born in the city of Pittsburgh and is a current resident. He was introduced to welding, wood working and shop principles by his father starting when he was 9-years-old. His love of art and science fiction drove him to make a variety of sculptures as he grew up. As a student at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh he submitted his work in the Science Fiction and Film Festival. His 8-foot-long model spaceship named Zora Astra won a special judges award. At the Pittsburgh Arts Festival Don Jones submitted a robot sculpture called The Recycler: Mobile Recycling Robot. It incorporates a 1950s bicycle and is made out of an old coffee pot, a mixing bowl and a helmet he purchased from a flea market and more.

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