Artists love to claim they'll never sell out, but such declarations inevitably crumble once they develop a taste for the finer things in life, like...Ford F-150s! Dennis Leary is too an artist. Turning the corner and finally selling his wares, the artist behind Robolamps.
Handbuilt by a cyborg-obsessed dude in Croatia, RL's creator once vowed he would never sell the very work he's now hawking: functional lights sculpted with electrical components & conduits to resemble robotic creatures, each of which's supplied with a detailed back story and supposed special powers, all of which will eventually be used in what all robots are about -- unflagging, remorseless human murder. Some standouts:
Ongho: A bulb-headed, hunch-backed number standing upright on two squat legs, and seemingly admiring his ginormous, wire-sheathing wang, which the artist says was "invented by accident". Riiiiiight.
Torias: While he may be "very slow" this mono-bulb'd, caterpillar-esque beast apparently shoots lasers from its back, and will "wrap around an enemy to disable him". Or just glow in the corner, but who's counting.
Argo: Rocking a boxy head that looks like a projector, this dude's wide stance helps him "lift heavy objects" while the bulb hanging between its legs can "detect enemy nearness", though if it's no longer hanging it's detected enemy nudeness.
Since these things were made in not-America, you'll need to snag a voltage converter to get 'em running, or don't, and they'll be useful like a rock.