RoboSteel is known for the genuine sculpture made from junk auto parts. The latest creation from the house is an eco minded life size Motorcycle Man Sculpture. The concept for the sculpture was provided by The Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show and The Red Adventure. However, the real concept for the sculpture was developed by Simon Roberts from ‘The Red Adventure’ who made the digital image using Adobe. The sculpture was about a man created from recycled motorcycle parts and RoboSteel built the sculpture accordingly.
The perfect example of recycling in digital age, the making of concept began with pencil sketches. Once the posture was finalized, the process of painstakingly resizing, distorting, positioning and repositioning photos of bike parts begun, before carefully blending them to create the final mechanical man masterpiece. Thereafter, RoboSteel gave shape to the MotorCycleMan AKA RoboMan made entirely from recycled motorcycle parts. It took almost 750 hours to create this one off sculpture which is 2 meters tall and incorporates more than thousand recycled motorcycle parts from many manufactures including Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda… to name a few.