King of the Nerds TV show (Season 3) on TBS featuring 3 Giant Robot Sculptures by Bruce Gray
The TV show King of the Nerds on the tbs network features 3 giant robot sculptures named Tesla, Eyezod, and DD-214 by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. (Season 3, for the entire season.) For more photographs of the giant robots, click here. 
To see Bruce's found object robot "Bing" on Season 2 of King of the Nerds, click here.

The TV show King of the Nerds on the tbs network features 3 giant robot sculptures named Tesla, Eyezod, and DD-214 by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. (Season 3, for the entire season.) For more photographs of the giant robots, click here.
To see Bruce's found object robot "Bing" on Season 2 of King of the Nerds, click here.

King of the Nerds TV show with "DD-214" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 1, January 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "DD-214" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 1, January 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 1, January 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 1, January 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "DD-214" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "DD-214" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "DD-214" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "DD-214" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 3, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with celebrity guest, magician / comedian Penn Jillette with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with celebrity guest, magician / comedian Penn Jillette with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015). The name Stan Lee was the answer to the game question.
King of the Nerds TV show with celebrity guest, actress Rachelle Lefevre with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with celebrity guest, actress Rachelle Lefevre with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with hosts Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong and celebrity guest, magician / comedian Penn Jillette with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with hosts Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong and celebrity guest, magician / comedian Penn Jillette with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with hosts Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong watch a nerd competition with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with hosts Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong watch a nerd competition with "Eyezod" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with celebrity guest, magician / comedian Penn Jillette with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show with celebrity guest, magician / comedian Penn Jillette with "Tesla" the giant robot sculpture. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show. Some nerds relax with "Tesla" the and "DD-214" giant robot sculptures by Bruce Gray. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
King of the Nerds TV show. Some nerds relax with "Tesla" the and "DD-214" giant robot sculptures by Bruce Gray. (Season 3: Episode 5, February 2015).
Take a look at Bruce's table top sized robot sculptures in plasma cut steel at: Robots.
Take a look at Bruce's table top sized robot sculptures in plasma cut steel at: Robots.
The TV show King of the Nerds on TBS features "Tesla," "DD-214," and "Eyezod" giant robot sculptures by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. (Season 3, Entire season). Credit line - Sculptors: Bruce Gray.
The TV show King of the Nerds on TBS features "Tesla," "DD-214," and "Eyezod" giant robot sculptures by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. (Season 3, Entire season). Credit line - Sculptors: Bruce Gray and Special Thanks: Bruce Gray.
These are the various robot sculptures by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. They are fabricated in thick steel plate and welded together. The small ones are coated in clear acrylic and the giant ones are available powder coated in any color you would like. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These range in size from 10 - 15 inches (for the tabletop sizes) to 6 feet tall.
These are the various robot sculptures by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. They are fabricated in thick steel plate and welded together. The small ones are coated in clear acrylic and the giant ones are available powder coated in any color you would like. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These range in size from 10 - 15 inches (for the tabletop sizes) to 6 feet tall. For more information on the robot sculptures, contact Bruce here.
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