"The rise of the robots began for Matt one day when inspiration hit him at a local art show. He headed home and immediately began combing through his old stuff (which went back three generations) and built his first creation. Before his eyes, new life was brought to old junk and his creative outlet was born. It wasn’t long before people started to bring their own finds to Matt at his Djonk studio, hoping to have him robotize their item (and an Atlanta-based Fortune 50 corporation). What do you do with grandpa's old electric razor? Or grandma’s Instamatic? Or filmstrip machine? Or gas meter? Turn it into a character that stirs the imagination and becomes a keepsake in its own right."