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P
resents...

Brooklyn Bumblebee

A brave soldier has come from the far reaches of space...


Version 4,  May 2013                                                                                                                         - Carlos A. Smith

"The day will never come that we forsake this planet and its people!"


                                                                                                                                      - Carlos A. Smith Photography,  on Facebook

With the challenges of a changing world,  he is here...to protect and entertain.


                                                                                     - Carlos A. Smith
"You will always be my friend,  Sam..."

Please enjoy these seven pages,  set to great music.
Navigate thru the pages by clicking on the page names in the yellow band up top.
Page six,  'Links',  offers a trip to my robot-universe.


                                                                                                                                                                              - Carlos A. Smith



Midtown NYC,  May 2011                                 - Calmixx,  of GeekPropaganda.net




At the foundry in Brooklyn RobotWorks,  Artist and Cosplayer
 Peter Kokis manipulates plastic from trash cans,  buckets,  and food & cleaning product containers;
and
uses ordinary & common household,  hardware,  petshop,  sporting goods & discount store items
- the same things you'll find in your kitchen,  bathroom,  closets and junk drawers -
to create your favorite robot characters,  then performs... and becomes them.


 May 2011                                                                                      - Eileen Zolkos
"So much for 'hiding in plain sight'..."

Some Parts of Brooklyn Bumblebee v. 4
( 450 hours' cumulative work,    144 lbs. weight )
I started with a tourist giftshop 'Brooklyn' license plate,
...then:
dish drain basin parts,  2 apple corers,  sport shinguards,  4 phone
handsets,  lots and lots of plumbing piping,  doorknob wall guards,
2 toilet tissue holders,  4 sponge holders,  2 spoons,  lots of closet
pole  hardware,  5 doorstops,  coat hooks,  buttons,  foam padding,
2 shoe horns,  2 cellphone charger plugs,  3 contact lense cases,  speaker,
lots of knobs & cabinet hardware,  fannypack,  socks,  pipe flanges,
hairclips,  4 sunglass lenses,  hairband,  radiator pipe guards,
lotsa bottlecaps,  2 toothbrush holders,  2 ice scrapers,  pot handle,
2 bath towel holders,  4 inner-tubed handtruck tires,  2 ice skate blade
guards,  2 womens' fashion belts,  laundry ball (?),  army boots,
2 toy truck wheels,  hockey leg guards,  2 jar openers,  kids' toy helmet
(after 20 hours of detailing),  2 bicycle lights,  lotsa cotton balls,  camping
thermos,  3 egg slicers, 14 turnbuckles,  extreme sport leg armor,  soap
dishes,  street vendor belt,  78 velcro straps,  punk gloves,  2 baseball throat
protectors,  foam fire insulation,  2 paint can crimpers,  2 dumbells,
  toilet seat mounting parts,  2 hair curlers,  4 dish brushes,  2 paper towel
 holders,  ash tray,  toilet tank hardware,  toilet brush holder (yikes),
a Camaro front end...ahem...,    
plus a bunch of things from hardware stores that even
I can't figure-out,  and...
lots and lots and lots of plastic from trash cans,  buckets,  storage & food containers,
cleaning product containers,  vitamin & beverage bottles,  and anti-freeze containers
(just look in your pantry,  your cabinets & closets,  under your sink,  in your vanity...and your fridge!).
This is my art! 


                                                                                               - Aisha Joseph
"Artistic freedom is the right of all sentient beings."



                                                                                                                                          - Carlos A. Smith

Joining Brooklyn Optimus Prime Brooklyn Ironhide,  Brooklyn Terminator
Brooklyn AlienBrooklyn Mechanical Robot
Brooklyn StarscreamBrooklyn Exo Soldier
and Brooklyn Typhoon
Brooklyn Bumblebee
is available for:
corporate or private parties,  special events,  promotions,  photo & video shoots,  or any
 situation where you want people to stop,  drop their jaws,  and ask 'how the heck did he do that?'
You will get everyone's attention!
 My team creates lasting,  memorable encounters!
             
       

2011 Mermaid Parade                                                                 - Berman Fenelus,  BermanFenelus.com
      "It would be an honor to perform for you all."            
    
                                                                      
Contact Peter Kokis anytime:
PeterKokis@verizon.net     
c.  718 219-1249
 
I offer experiences.   Do something different for your event.

You won't believe your eyes!
Brooklyn RobotWorks' web-link is on page six




                                                                            - Czar_Eyes,  on Flickr
Bee finally reached his potential to be the hero we all knew he could be!
Thanks,  Bay!


                                                                                                                                                - Carlos A. Smith



                                                                                       - Steven_C
"Is there a gas station anywhere around here?"


                                                                                                           - Eileen Zolkos


Artwork by Alan Camuto,  NegativePop.com



                                                                                       - Beth Brown,  BabsEyes.com
"He may be my mortal enemy,  but even I can admit that Brooklyn Bee is one cool robot!



May 2013                                                                                                                                                                 - Carlos A. Smith
"Hmmm,  this is all rather intriguing...even for an intelligent mechanical being..."



                                                    - Nelson Lauren
There's always HOPE when Brooklyn Bumblebee is nearby!



                                                                                                                                     - Alan Camuto
"A robot's life is like a box of chocolates...errr,  I mean...sparkplugs..."



                                                                                                                                        - Fred R. Conrad,  NY Times
"I have come across the galaxy to protect and entertain you."
                                         
                                                                                              

    Composed by Steve Jablonsky:  listen to the
orchestral version of 'Autobots' by a junior high school band.    Amazing.




The 2013 Mermaid Parade,  Coney Island                                                                                                            -Seth J. Bogdanove

"Come with me!"
Click on 'B-Bee in NYC' in the yellow band up top.
More adventure - and cool photos & great music - await.






 


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