Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly

Ever wonder why Ripley had such a hard time offing those damn aliens? It turns out Xenomorphs can recycle their bodies using old appliance parts. Meet Robosteel's Alien Queen. She's good for our planet but a threat to the Earth.

Tipping the scales at 1,213 pounds and looming a good 8 feet, this Alien Queen from the Irish sculpting firm Robosteel is literally a killing machine - the sculpture contains approximately 4,000 recycled car, boat, dishwasher, motorcycle, and other sundry appliance parts. And for the bargain price of $6,128, this cold drink of polished tungsten will scare away all unwanted solicitors, something your lawn jockey could never do.

Advertisement

[Robosteel via Eco-Friend]

Illustration for article titled Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly
Illustration for article titled Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly
Illustration for article titled Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly
Illustration for article titled Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly
Illustration for article titled Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly
Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Recycled Alien Queen Is Deadly Yet Eco-Friendly

DISCUSSION

mordicai
mordicai

I have a smaller one of these: I used it as the "miniature" in my DnD campaign's Final Dragon Boss.

[mordicai.livejournal.com]