How Peter transforms trash to robot costumes

Peter Kokis is an artist from Brooklyn, New York, and he has a ‘thing’ for building transformers-looking robot costumes out of garbage. The exoskeletons can weigh more than 150 pounds and are often created on his kitchen table. To convert trash to robot’s… he wears them himself and parades through the streets. The Atlantic paid Peter Kokis a visit – Enjoy!

Video by: Aaron and Alex Craig

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Steen Hansen has always been into vintage, retro, architecture, gadgets and especially everything with an engine! With more than 11 years as Art Director on danish car magazines, test driver and continuously been pushing boundaries on the race track himself.

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