Sunday, October 23, 2011

Etsy Store

Here are some robots available for adoption!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


"Fwankenstein" is the third to be created in Tiny Robot Factory's Halloween Series. Happy Halloween from TRF!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Am I Your Mummy?

Happy Halloween from Tiny Robot Factory! "Am I Your Mummy?" is the second-ever themed robot from TRF. Vampire robot shown is not included. This little mummy stands alone without the usual base and should be kept in a safe place. He has no exposed wire but still shouldn't be given to small children. This is a collectible one-of-a-kind piece of art and should be regarded as such. This lil robot mummy just wants a home to wander around in.

Want to adopt? Find him here.

I Could Bite You

Happy Halloween from Tiny Robot Factory! This is the first-ever themed robot from TRF and just in time for Halloween. This little guy is 3" tall with his antenna reaching 3.5". He stands on his own without the standard base the other robots have so he can rest nicely in his soft lined wooden coffin. He is wearing a tiny custom-made hand-sewn cape. "I Could Bite You" is fragile and should be placed out of harm's way where he can loom over you without worrying about being tipped over....he has more important things to think about like watching you sleep....

Want to adopt? He's listed here.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Off To Denmark

Yaaay! We found a home together! We've packed up our things and have left for Denmark today. Wish us luck!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Craft Lake City

The first ever legit Tiny Robot Factory vinyl sign! Made this in preparation for SLC's Craft Lake City, (my booth shown here) which turned out to be a really great arts & crafts festival. I had a terrific time and would most certainly do it again.

Here's even a fun review by Mr. Salt Lake himself!

Dog Bot Beep Boop Bop

All he wants is a home!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

I Hurted My Arm

This is the Tiny Robot I submitted for review to SLUG, Salt Lake City's local magazine. I can't wait to see what they have to say. I hope it's good!

Sunday, July 3, 2011

What A Nerd.

This lil guy has taped up glasses and everything! Glasses are not removable, because if he lost them he wouldn't be able to see a thing. He holds his old book ready to study some binary code.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Craft Lake City 2011

I've just been notified that the Tiny Robot Factory has been accepted into SLC's 3rd annual craft festival, Craft Lake City. I'm excited to be out there spreading some robot love and cheer, and meeting other great artists in this beautiful city. Come adopt a bot on August 13th!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Steve's Day Out


Welcome TRF's first ever dog-bot! Steve is a weiner dog in real-life and this little guy was commissioned as a surprise birthday gift for his owner. Now that the surprise has been fulfilled I can finally post pictures! More dog-bots coming soon!

Friday, May 6, 2011

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Tiny Mommy & Daughter Robot Set

Just when you thought Tiny Robots couldn't get tinier, there came the little baby girl bot with pigtail antennas.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Oven Time

Freshly sculpted, the first pirate themed robot is about to bake in the oven. Then it's time for a paint job!

The Pirate's Are Coming....

Pink Felt

Cute little girl's robot pal is 8" long in length. Perfect for a child too young for the fragile figurines.

First Adopted Plush-Bot

This lil guy right here is the first to be custom ordered and adopted. He's a larger (10" tall) scale version of this tiny felt bot which was purely experimental. So far all of the plush dolls are completely hand-sewn and all are totally unique from one another.