Tag Archives: Real-life Transformers


Real Life Insecticons at RIPT Apparel today

Bad Bugs graphic tee at RIPT Apparel

A little heavy on the electrons, ELECTRONS!

Today RIPT Apparel is offering another awesome graphic tee for 24-hours. This time it’s a real life interpretation of the Insecticons! Killer! The tees are only $10 so fork over some energon cubes and GET SOME!


More large-scale scrap metal transformers coming out of Asia

The Fallen made of scrapmetal

Who wants his face?

More crazy real-world giant scrap metal Transformers are appearing almost daily. Now we have a bunch more Revenge Of The Fallen characters coming out of what appears to be the same workshop in Asia. See images of The Fallen from start to finish here.

Scrapmetal Movie Optimus Prime render and sculpture

Pretty incredible that they matched it this well.

Additional information via geek-art.net:

Chinese Yang Junlin has been creating Transformers in real life since 2007. He created his own company, Legend of Iron, and he and his 10 co-workers designed thousands of iron giants…

What becomes rather obvious about these constructions is that the 3D rendered models were used in various poses to create the stances for the final pieces. This Starscream is absolutely amazing!

Scrapmetal ROTF Starscream

That pose is pretty accurate! Dang!

To see the rest of these magnificent specimens, you can check out a collection of many scrap metal Transformer galleries.


Real-life transforming mercedes bus – picnictron

Real-life Transforming Mercedes bus

They brought some Grey Poupon

Check out dornob.com for a write-up about a man-made transforming vehicle.

This vehicle is kind of permanently transformed, however, since it is now a piece of landscape architecture created by Kevin VanBraak


Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Wasp spotted!

Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Wasp in the wild!

He was Transformers hunting for himself at Wal-marts along I-80 in Illinois!

They didn’t announce this guy at Botcon! Spotted in a Wal-mart parking lot along I-80.