PREORDER ships end July
Prof. Harkin is a collectible resin art toy, only 250 were made. Stands at 8.5 inches tall. Every robot is signed and numbered by the artist. Each heart decal is personally attached by the artist along with final paint work before it’s approved and packaged.
Prof. Harkin Story:
In the metropolis of New Logan live creatures, humans, and robots of all shapes and sizes. Half giants walk the bustling city streets while hairy beasts and tiny people wait at bus stops with their three piece suits and dresses. There's never a dull moment in the city of New Logan, and never a dull moment for Professor Harkin, either! He’s a special robot taking his job seriously as a math prof. at the prestigious Kronsworth University of Gifted Entities. Prof. Harkin has been teaching math at this school for over 192 years, specializing in the applied physics of multiverse field theory and dimensional travel. Several years ago, he was awarded the Metal of Hearts for his breakthrough algorithm that opened up a new chapter in multi- dimensional science. The bulky frame to his robotic design is for good reason: to store the massive code data and processing power related to his curriculum and teachings. Unfortunately, Prof. Harkin is so devoted to his craft he lacks hygiene and rarely washes down the grime and grease from his travels. However, he means well and will continue to greet new students and friends with open arms and a stiff smile for hundreds of years to come…
Matt Gaser is a Spectrum award winning Illustrator/ Visual Development Artist living in Northern California. He began his studies learning Illustration and Entertainment Design at Art Center College of Design. During his tenure as a driven student he interned at Klasky Csupo as a Background/Prop Designer for the animated series Rugrats before completing his studies. After graduation, he worked in video games for six years concept designing on such titles as Eragon, Forgotten Realms Demonstone, and Lord of the Rings The Two Towers.
The games industry eventually led him to Lucasfilm working as a concept artist on the CG animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Some higher profile projects he’s been designing for in recent years include Green Lantern: The Animated Series, feature film HOP, The Angry Birds Movie, Ugly Dolls Movie, and currently in production the animated film CUPID.