Lonely Robot vinyl sticker- laptop sticker

$3.34

Shipping to United States: $3.34

A circular sticker featuring a sad little robot in a tree, from original pen and ink artwork by Jon Turner.

Die-cut vinyl sticker, suitable for interior or exterior use. Measures approximately 9.5cm (3.75 inches) at its widest point.

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Reviews (1)

Average:

This was going to be a sticker for my laptop but I am going to use it behind a homemade glass spinning base for my tops. If you have ever felt that you are just a lonely robot (possibly one that needs to return to the factory for a re programming but has lost its way) then this is a must have. There is a gentle comfort and cathartic empathy here again. In this particular piece I am not sure if I see hope or tragedy. Interesting reflection of life that. Before I continue to pretentiously drone on grasping at hyperbolic straws I will finish by saying Jon is a great chap, makes wonderful pictures and then sells them on nice paper stock for a very fair price. Seems like it is hope after all then. Nice one Jon.


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