Manchester-based artist Tom Hardwidge's Arthrobots are incredible and awesome sculptures of insects created from recycled materials.
According to Tom Hardwidge, the required materials to make these Anthrobots are collected from local stores and even acquired from eBay. Tom Hardwidge's intricate Arthrobots have definitely taken steampunk art to a whole new level. Enjoy the incredible Arthrobots in the featured gallery.
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