Each Robot Chick begins as a hand sculpted original, built by the mad artist himself, Brent Harris. A high quality resin casting is then made and customized for a one-of-a-kind piece of sculpture. Each Robot Chick is numbered and comes with her own hand stamped ID tag. Materials used for customizing include: sheet aluminium, copper wire, springs, rivets, screws, bolts, and old sewing machine parts.
The prices are too high and breasts are too perky, but these are interesting to look at.
"In 1946, Walt Disney and Salvador Dalí, in one of cinema's oddest collaborations, teamed up on a short film called Destino. But Disney's studio ran into financial trouble and put the unfinished film on the shelf.
Now, 57 years later, a team of Disney animators has finished what Dalí started. The six-minute film, spearheaded by Walt's nephew Roy E. Disney and producer Baker Bloodworth (Dinosaur), premiered at the Annecy Animation Festival in June and is currently touring festivals worldwide. Recent stops include the Telluride, Montreal and Venice festivals, along with the Melbourne International Film Festival, where it won the grand prize for best short film. "