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Chef Colman Bot – A one of a kind found object robot sculpted by Cheri Kudja.

Chef Coleman gets his name from the Colman Mustard tin his body is made with. He was a perfect match to the red vintage Bakelite pool ball used to make his head. His chef’s hat is the lid to one of my husband’s Tommy Bahama perfume bottles. I rescued it from the trash. His face & ears are made with assorted found computer motherboard and scrap jewelry pieces. His legs are hydraulic or coupler fittings and his arms are small miscellaneous tools that come with the assembly instructions for Ikea’s furniture. I never throw anything out. He has a little heart inside like most of my bots do. His head does come off so he could be used to store small objects. His sauce pan is a copper pot from a vintage wall decoration and even comes with a sausage (capacitator). In his other hand he holds a spatula made from a metal button and a hair pin.

He is a fun little bot for the chef in the family or collector of kitchen art. He would look good in an office or on display in your home.

He measures 10.5" tall and 3" wide and 5" deep.

He is signed and dated on his back.

D.O.B 4/24/12

Chef Colman Bot - found object robot sculpture assemblage


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: recycled materials, hardware and toys, model car parts, watch tins, vintage jewelry, scrap hardware, vintage hardware, auto parts, vintage tin, vintage pool ball, spice tin
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 237 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people