Where’s Wall-E?

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Where’s Wall-E?

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Last year, illustrator Richard Sargent created this amazing poster [click to enlarge] with just about every robot from popular culture (and hid Wall-E in the midst of it). BTW: This art can make great last minute wrapping paper on your printer if you’re looking to wrap something relatively small.

36 thoughts on “Where’s Wall-E?

  1. engineerzero says:

    Quite brilliant.

  2. Brian Massey says:

    Where’s AstroBoy??

  3. kevin j. goulding. says:

    OK…so where is Wall-e? and why no Borg?

  4. spinstabilized says:

    Absolutely love it! Only one miss as I see it. Data.

  5. Ken Parsons says:

    No Dorothy R. from Big-O… Didn’t Glad to see Lexx franchise represented.

  6. Zaph says:

    Can’t Find Johnny 5.

    1. starvinron says:

      Johnny is above Bill and Ted

  7. Patrick Burns says:

    No HAL 9000?

  8. Justin Nnoix says:

    haha found him!!! once i found that white super robot from the movie i figured he would be looking for him too.

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  10. Rhett says:

    Don’t read this unless you have made a genuine effort to find him… Look front and center to find the two robots from Silent Running, they are the ones with ‘shoulder-mounted legs’ and no arms. Wall-E is two robots behind the orange one.

  11. Sr_Wences says:

    Where’s Arnold/Terminator?

    1. Trav says:

      upper left

  12. andrew says:

    Star Wars is represented at least twice, but I don’t see any Star Trek (blasphemy!). Maybe realistically humanoid robots aren’t in here. I don’t see any cylons or replicants, either. Still, while that max exclude Data, it wouldn’t exclude the Borg.

    1. Fjor says:

      There is the Nomad probe from episode S02E03 of the original Star Trek series, and I found at last one cylon and the mech dog Daggit from the 1978 Battlestar Galactica. I must search harder for AstroBoy, but I think Data should be there. In any case I would like a full list of the characters/series depicted – there is a lot I don’t recognize.

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  15. david charles foster says:

    i found wall-e it is really easy to find him with his wide blue eyes

  16. david charles foster says:

    i love the puzzles finding wall-e………………. THEY ARE AWESOME

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Gareth Branwyn is a freelance writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture. He is currently a contributor to Boing Boing, Wink Books, and Wink Fun. And he has a new best-of writing collection and “lazy man’s memoir,” called Borg Like Me.

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