Dieselpunk Robot Art

Retro-Machines Series

ORIGINAL LIMITED EDITION PRINTS

Yute and Tocuyo’s Imachinarium

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Dieselpunk Mammoth whale – Digital print on archival paper,594mm X 841mm, edition of 10

The retro flying mammoth whale is a huge dieselpunk machine designed and built by Yute (front sit) and Tocuyo (directing its tail for direction) to fly long extensions of the Imachinarium’s territory.

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“The Retro-Orion dieselpunk Mechamorph”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

This massive robot is inspired in a Custer, from the Orion transportation line in Peru’s chaotic public transportation systems. The Retro Orion is commanded by the terrible Atomic Rabbit, the agent of mischief and chaos in  Yute and Tocuyo’s Imachinarium. He is crazy as Batman’s Joker, but although he seems irrational, there is a method to his madness. The Retro Orion, its influenced by the Optimus Prime character from the Transformers TV show, and current (awful) movies.

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“The dieselpunk Retro byke Mechamorph”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

The Retro-Byke, it’s a quick robot, created in Yute and Tocuyos workshop to face the menace of the Atomic Rabbit’s Retro Orion. It wont be able to hold the blows of the gargantuan monster, but provides them with enough strength and power to escape their workshop unharmed.

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“Tocuyo Dieselpunk robot”

Digital print on archival paper,297mm X 420mm, edition of 40

 

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“Dieselpunk Flying Retro Whale”

Digital print on archival paper, 297mm X 420mm, edition of 40

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“The Retro-truck Dieselpunk mechamorph”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

The “volquete” its a classical truck that you’ll find all around the country. It circulates on top of whichever street it needs to go to carry its load. Yute and Tocuyo have built this powerful mechamorph from the scraps of thousands of pieces of “volquetes” al around the Imachinarium to help them move the trash out of their workshop.

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“The dieselpunk Retro Plane mechamorph”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

The Retro Plane was the first of the diesel punk mechamorph machines, inspired in the classical Japanese manga and anime, Macross, named in my country as Robotech. You can see references to the VF-1 Valkyries which was, and probably is my favorite mecha together with Robocop’s ED-209, designed by Craig Haynes back in 1987.  

There is an 80s look to the machine, where robots looked more like tanks, than the slick design of an evolved iPhone.

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“Yute Dieselpunk robot”

Digital print on archival paper,297mm X 420mm, edition of 40

 

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“dieselpunk retro-lighthouse”

Digital print on archival paper,297mm X 420mm, edition of 40

 

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Digital print on archival paper,297mm X 420mm, edition of 40

 

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“Yute in his Dieselpunk flying exo-suit”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

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“Dieselpunk flying whale stadium”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

 

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“Dieselpunk Retro lion Mechamorph”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

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“Dieselpunk Retro Bull Mechamorph”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

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“Dieselpunk retro infinitum machine”

Digital print on archival paper,420mm X 594mm, edition of 20

 

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