Zero Uno Zero

We feature all things ROBOT! The home of Danny The Robot Guy who loves taking what some folks consider old junk and turning them into rocking robot sculptures. REPURPOSING IS HIS PURPOSE. We also highlight some of the greatest under-represented artists from all around the globe.
Robot Art Gallery


Height: 13 1/2"

Width: 15"

Depth: 4"



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As long as he can remember, Steve has dreamt of becoming the next Brian Boitono. Growing up in the small town of Appleton, just outside of Minneapolis, he would practice on the frozen ponds adjacent to his family plot. With a smile as wide as Niagra Falls, Steve would gleefully zip around the ice perfecting his Salchow and Toe Loops. But the ice road to the arena of destiny was not without cracks, and a few scrapes. Week after week after week the neighbors would cringe as his attempted triple Lutz would turn into a 1075 Flutz. Yet his determination would not wane. Steve stuck out like a sore thumb. While most kids his age would walk to school, Steve would glide and leap and spin. Most thought he was a bit special, while others knew that the kid had more than a few screws loose. Being an outcast didn’t bother him in the slightest. In fact, Steve barely took notice of the world around him. 
By the age of nineteen, Steve was a contender. The people of Appleton will always remember that 9th day in August with a proud smile accompanied by a tinge of a cringe. It was on this day that the Olympic tryouts had come to Minnesota and Steve was ready. He had practiced to the point of perfection. The Lutz, the Arabesque, the Charlotte Spiral, he had them down. His extension was glorious through his Ina Bauer, and not a single competitor could touch his Jackson Haines or Rittberger. Though it was a stupendous display of skill and grace, Steve’s choice of music was quite questionable when he announced that he would be performing his long program to the orchestral rendition of Ice Ice Baby. The International Skating Union will never be the same. Although disqualified for cruel and unusual punishment in a public setting, Steve did get his chance to meet two of his hero, Beka Shankulashvili and the great Mr. Boitono!