Victorian flower-delivery robots!

Wrylon Robotical

Help, we’re out of a job! How are we supposed to compete against Wrylon Robotical, with their huge array of flower-delivery robots, which can cross air, sea and land to deliver a single flower anywhere in the world?

Wait, what’s that? Wrylon Robotical mysteriously went out of business a hundred years ago?


Wait, what’s that? Wrylon Robotical never actually existed in the first place?

Double phew!

So … what is Wrylon Robotical?

They’re the fictional company featured in a new book by art director Barry McWilliams. His book is a catalogue for the invented company, a clearly steampunk-inspired "automatonical, robotical, bespoke flower delivery" company. What makes the book magical is its weird illustrations, which have a Heath Robinson sort of charm to them.

Take a look!



3 responses to Victorian flower-delivery robots!

#1 Candy Smith on Mar 08 2013 at 1:05 AM

Wow! This is really cute and quite unique. It?s so cool. I am glad you shared this information.

#2 Adrin Bery on Oct 23 2013 at 8:53 AM

Well, nice to read this blog. Delivering flower bouquets to your lovable persons is a special memory to everyone. For that you have to choose the best and fast deals.

#3 florist on Nov 12 2013 at 10:11 AM

not bad, how about a robot that can make a hand-tied bouquet :)

I wonder how much one of those things would cost. Probably could produce 10 bouquets of flowers in 20 minutes.