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Personal Space: Aaron Voigt's Recycled Robot Garage

Personal Space: Aaron Voigt's Recycled Robot Garage

Aaron Voigt's workspace inside his Mesa home. See more pictures in our slideshow. ​Vintage voltmeters get a whole new lease on life in the garage of Aaron Voight's home in Mesa. Ditto for knobs and dials from antique appliances, old bicycle gears, automobile parts, suspension springs, and various other castoff bits from old devices. The 30something welder spends hours at a time recycling these trashy throwback treasures into his retro-looking robot art inside the disorderly two-car garage filled with tools, paint, and the necessary raw materials.
PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN


Aaron Voigt's workspace inside his Mesa home. See more pictures in our slideshow. ​Vintage voltmeters get a whole new lease on life in the garage of Aaron Voight's home in Mesa. Ditto for knobs and dials from antique appliances, old bicycle gears, automobile parts, suspension springs, and various other castoff bits from old devices. The 30something welder spends hours at a time recycling these trashy throwback treasures into his retro-looking robot art inside the disorderly two-car garage filled with tools, paint, and the necessary raw materials.
PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
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