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Medusa The Lock.Bot, Recycled Metal Sculpture

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Robot Researchers Log 6/24/12:
Like Block, Reach, Buzz, and Ritchey before her, it appears Medusa is yet another newly discovered artifact from the DMI (Desktop Management Initiative).

[For the origin story of DMI, you'll have to read about Block https://www.etsy.com/transaction/70808741?transaction_id=70808741 and his other robot friends.]

Medusa has confirmed our fear that the DMI did start producing these security "Lock.Bots" covertly when the others started...showing issues. Like Ritchey, Medusa appears to have a highly secured vault as a torso, and like always with our underfunding and red tape, we can't get into it without the robots permission. Its hard to tell if Medusa or Ritchey came first. Medusa is sporting the typical robot heads of the DMI, like Block, Reach, and Buzz had. Maybe Ritchey was a redesign towards a new robot..o my.......anyways Medusa seems overbuilt in every way. Its hard to believe DMI had plans of putting her on a desk with those tank treads and what appears to be a proximity scanner located under her heads. Yes, heads, 3 heads! unbelievable. I'm guessing the DMI figured 3 heads were better than one when it comes to securing cargo. It would appear the concept is flawed though, they all only seem to look forward, instead of being in 360* surveillance. Maybe this is a typical DMI programming flaw, or maybe a faulty optical chip? In any matter, with all this beefed up design and security, the payload in the robot must be worth protecting. Ugh...someday we'll crack these bots open...

Medusa is made from 100% Recycled/Upcycled Metal parts
Her torso is combo lock my friend just cut off his bike in storage, because he forgot the combo.
The rest of Medusa is parts from bicycles and other mechanical objects I've rescued from the trash.

She would make a great desk charm or conversation piece anywhere. The center head or "eye" of Medusa is actually the perfect size to hold the typical Bic Pen uncapped, and same goes for her claw pincers. Medusa is a solid sculpture with no moving parts except for the free spinning combo pad. She is currently raw metal, but could be clear coated upon request, free of charge.

She weighs in at about 11oz
5 1/4" Tall, ground to tip of center head
4 1/2" Wide, elbow to elbow
2 1/4" Deep

Medusa The Lock.Bot, Recycled Metal Sculpture


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, steel, bicycle parts, nuts, bolts, chain, welded
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