Draw a Robot 2.0!


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nmohan of the collaborative artists group Robot Disorder just contacted me to let me know they've launched the Robot Disorder 2.0 website, with more robot hordes (and easier navigation). He says they have literally thousands of robot drawings to clean up and post in the coming weeks, so if you haven't yet seen your personal robot, never fear - it's on its way.

And it's not too late to contribute your own robot to the project - just visit the top floor at Artomatic in Washington DC before July 5!

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