Robot Couple Parody Popular ‘Follow Me’ Instagram Page – Design You Trust

Robot Couple Parody Popular ‘Follow Me’ Instagram Page


A Robot couple have taken photos parodying a popular Instagrammer who takes photographs of himself following his wife around the world. Dan Tanenbaum decided to take the shots of his miniature robots made of watch parts when visiting various tourist destinations. Unlike the original shots which show a woman holding her husband’s hand and leading him around, the robots are seen holding each others robotic hands.

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