Cubebot Wooden Robot Toy
A robot made of wood? NY-based David Weeks puts a non-traditional spin on the battery-operated plastic and metal robots we all grew up on with Cubebot. Ancient Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles are the inspiration behind these hard-playing hardwood-and-elastic figures. David sources sustainably harvested, new-growth beech wood for each of the toys in his ongoing series. Position Cubebot every which way—including into a perfect cube. Guthrie and Julien (he of the pointy noggin') are the latest in the series. The Super-sized Cubebot is signed by the designer, whose stunning lights and furnishings have become collectible among design fans.
Small: 6.75" h x 9.25" arm span, 2.5" x 2.5" cube at rest
Medium: 9.5" h x 13.5" arm span, 3.5" x 3.5" cube at rest
Large: 23" h x 31" arm span, 8.5" x 8.5" cube at rest