"Robots" Various Robot Sculptures - Small and Giant robots by sculptor Bruce Gray
Robot Sculptures are modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. They are made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are five versions of robots currently available in the "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes.
Isaac DD-214 Tesla Eyezod Fibonacci

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. They can be ordered even larger too. See larger robot photographs and additional found objects assemblage robot sculptures below. The 3 giant robots appeared on the TV show King of the Nerds (Season 3: entire season) Click here to see photos of the giant robots on TV. Several of the smaller robot sculptures are featured on the Showtime series Shameless. The "sculptor" on the show appears to be building Bruce's robots in this scene. Several of Bruce's robot sculptures were on exhibit at The Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo, California. Click link to view.
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. They can be ordered even larger too. See larger robot photographs and additional found objects assemblage robot sculptures below. The 3 giant robots appeared on the TV show King of the Nerds (Season 3: entire season) Click here to see photos of the giant robots on TV. Several of the smaller robot sculptures are featured on the Showtime series Shameless. The "sculptor" on the show appears to be building Bruce's robots in this scene. Several of Bruce's robot sculptures were on exhibit at The Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo, California. Click link to view.

Robot 1 is a modern robot sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are five versions currently available in table top size, and these can also be ordered in larger sizes.

"Robot 1" aka "Isaac" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (14.5" h. x 8.5" w. x 4.5" d.)

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

Robot 2 is a modern robot sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are five versions currently available in table top size, and these can also be ordered in larger sizes.

"Robot 2" aka "DD-214" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (13.5" h. x 8.5" w. x 4.5" d.) Watch for DD-214 the robot on Shameless on Showtime! See stills here.

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

Robot 3 is a modern robot sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are five versions currently available in table top size, and these can also be ordered in larger sizes.

"Robot 3" aka "Tesla" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (15" h. x 8.5" w. x 4.5" d.) Watch for Tesla the robot on Shameless on Showtime! See stills here.

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

Robot 4 is a modern robot sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are five versions currently available in table top size, and these can also be ordered in larger sizes.

"Robot 4" aka "Eyezod" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (14" h. x 10.5" w. x 4.5" d.)

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

Robot 5 is a modern robot sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are five versions currently available in table top size, and these can also be ordered in larger sizes.

"Robot 5" aka "Fibonacci" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (14.5" h. x 12" w. x 4.5" d.)

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

"Robot 6" aka "Brembot" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are six versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (14.5" h. x 8.5" w. x 4.5" d.)

"Robot 6" aka "Brembot" is a modern robot sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. $300 each. (14.5" h. x 8.5" w. x 4.5" d.)

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

"Robot 7" aka "Astro" is a modern robot dog sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. Only $300 each. (10.5" h. x 12" w. x 4.5" d.)

"Robot 7" aka "Astro" is a modern robot dog sculpture by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. It is made from thick plasma cut 3/16 steel plate. There are seven versions of robots currently available in the signed and numbered "Prime Directive" series. These are table top size, and can also be ordered in larger sizes. Only $300 each. (10.5" h. x 12" w. x 4.5" d.)

A 3 feet tall version would be $1200, or in stainless steel at $3000 or powder coated in any color for $2200 each.

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Giant 6 foot tall robot sculptures in red, yellow and blue as part of sculptor Bruce Gray's series of robots. Click here to see the Giant Robot sculptures which are 6 foot tall steel robots laser cut from 1/4" thick steel, and have a 3/8" thick oval base.
This is the video of me building the robot sculptures as shown on the 30 foot wide screen at the Westfield Mall in Culver City. This is the video of me building the robot sculptures as shown on the 30 foot wide screen at the Westfield Mall in Culver City. I also gave a welding show and tell for the kids. Click here or on photo to the left to see this series of photographs.

By popular demand, the Robot sculptures are now available on T shirts. They are available in white on black, or black on white, and screen printed on a 100% cotton Hanes Beefy T.
By popular demand, the Robot sculptures are now available on T shirts. They are available in white on black, or black on white, and screen printed on a 100% cotton Hanes Beefy T. (Sizes: Sm, M, L, XL, XXL and XXXL.) $20 each.
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By popular demand, the Robot sculptures are now available on T shirts. They are available in white on black, or black on white, and screen printed on a 100% cotton Hanes Beefy T.

"Beemer" robot sculpture #1 (68x34x22) by metal sculptor Bruce Gray is a commissioned sculpture and is constructed primarily out of parts supplied by the client from a 2005 BMW 645CI convertible that was in an accident. (nobody got hurt) Most of these parts are cast aluminum, and I decided that I wanted to attach all parts together using existing brackets and mounting holes. This has the effect of a sculpture that you may not be able to figure out what was originally connected, and what was added and altered to create this sculpture. This robot features a movable head, pivoting (simulated) energy pulse gun with movable joystick/fire button controller, movable upper arrm and a forearm that raises and has a swiveling multi-positionable hand. This is one of my favorite sculptures that I have done! The feet are heavy old steel plates from train tracks. This museum worthy robot sculpture is in a private collection in La Canada. I think I will be building more robot sculptures in the near future. Weight 240 pounds.
"Beemer" robot sculpture #1 (68x34x22) by metal sculptor Bruce Gray is a commissioned sculpture and is constructed primarily out of parts supplied by the client from a 2005 BMW 645CI convertible that was in an accident. (nobody got hurt) Most of these parts are cast aluminum, and I decided that I wanted to attach all parts together using existing brackets and mounting holes. This has the effect of a sculpture that you may not be able to figure out what was originally connected, and what was added and altered to create this sculpture. This robot features a movable head, pivoting (simulated) energy pulse gun with movable joystick/fire button controller, movable upper arrm and a forearm that raises and has a swiveling multi-positionable hand. This is one of my favorite sculptures that I have done! The feet are heavy old steel plates from train tracks. This museum worthy robot sculpture is in a private collection in La Canada. I think I will be building more robot sculptures in the near future. Weight 240 pounds.
For more photographs of this robot sculpture click here.

"Bing" the Robot Sculpture is the latest in sculptor Bruce Gray's series of robot sculptures. He stands 6' 9" tall and is constructed from found objects like an optometrist's phoropter, a drill press, various gauges, valves, train track parts, and 4 motorcycle shock absorbers. The head and arms are movable on this sculpture. Bing will be making his television debut on the TV show "King of the Nerds." Bing gets his name from the nameplate on the carburator salvaged from a crashed BMW motorcycle. Bruce states that "This was a challenging sculpture to make because I was constantly faced with the issue of attaching dissimilar metals like steel and aluminum which can't be welded together. This required making a lot of brackets and doing a lot of tap and die work to make my own threads for these connections." "Bing is armed with a 50 caliber machine gun, pulse laser cannon, and projectile plasma cutting. He also has an emergency cut off switch if he gets a little rowdy after too many WD 40's."
"Bing" the Robot Sculpture is the latest in sculptor Bruce Gray's series of robot sculptures. He stands 6' 9" tall and is constructed from found objects like an optometrist's phoropter, a drill press, various gauges, valves, train track parts, and 4 motorcycle shock absorbers. The head and arms are movable on this sculpture. Bing made his television debut on the TV show "King of the Nerds." See stills from the show here. Bing gets his name from the nameplate on the carburator salvaged from a crashed BMW motorcycle. Bruce states that "This was a challenging sculpture to make because I was constantly faced with the issue of attaching dissimilar metals like steel and aluminum which can't be welded together. This required making a lot of brackets and doing a lot of tap and die work to make my own threads for these connections." "Bing is armed with a 50 caliber machine gun, pulse laser cannon, and projectile plasma cutting. He also has an emergency cut off switch if he gets a little rowdy after too many WD 40's."
For more photographs of this robot sculpture please click here. This sculpture has appeared on several episodes of Shameless on Showtime. See some stills from the show with Bing the Robot here.

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