Where’s Wall-E?

Posted by Grey Saturday, August 27, 2011

Can you spot Pixar's beloved WALL·E among this awesome collection of some of the most famous robots in popular culture?

Channeling Martin Hanford's Where's Waldo, Richard Sargent of Hopewell Studios has come up with this awe-inspiring challenge for fans of the numerous robots in pop culture: Locating Pixar's WALL-E among this massive collective of some of the most famous robots in popular culture, and while you are at it, identifying all the other robots. The winner of the competition who accurately identifies the most number of robots by August 31st will be awarded with a print of the amazing piece reminding us of the maddening image of all Mechas assembled. At first glance, we saw every mechanical beings from Blinky from Ruairi Robinson's short film, T-Bot from 80's classic cartoon series, M.A.S.K., Fantastic Four's H.E.R.B.I.E., to Big Guy from Frank Miller and Geof Darrow's Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot.

Hit the jump to take the awesome challenge.

And here's the handy numbered guide for you to try your hand on the competition.

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