The WEEE Man

The WEEE Man is not only a robot one might expect to see in post-apocalyptic sci-fi; it’s a statement.

The WEEE man, designed by Paul Bonomini, is a huge robotic figure made of scrap electrical and electronic equipment. It weighs 3.3 tonnes and stands seven meters tall – representing the average amount of e-products every single one of us throws away over a lifetime.

If I were in the UK, I’d like to pay WEEE Man a visit.

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3 Responses to “The WEEE Man”

  1. where else has he visited shit land hahaha

  2. [...] Britain’s WEEE Man isn’t so tiny after all, clocking in during over 20 ft. high and 3 tons in weight. It means something too, and not only that robots are creepy; it represents a volume of rubbish a standard UK citizen tosses out over his lifetime. Image source [...]

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