Futuristic Exclamation Marky Flying Robot

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot was the first creative work of young office “Form & Drang” in Leipzig, Germany. It is actually a mascot to symbolize futuristic, quickness, youthful energy, enthusiasm, and action. The client demanded the mascot represents all that symbols in exclamation point!. That’s why the robot looks like flying exclamation mark. During the design process, the team was inspired by the actual design of computers, mp3 players, and many gadgets, because the intention was to reach young and technology interested people through this robot.

Designers : Ronny Sauer and FORM & DRANG

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang


The final design of Exclamation Marky Flying Robot is simple and clean in attractive white finish, without any sharp edges. It’s futuristic and cute at the same time, because the head is so much bigger than the rest of its body. Marky can work as terminal information to provide important facts or news to visitors in an exhibition. Aside for displaying the information, the LED screen will also inform you if Marky is in good or bad mood.

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

Exclamation Marky Flying Robot by Ronny Sauer and Form & Drang

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junaid_adsells says: October 27, 2011

ahla yaar

Ovais_Adsells says: October 27, 2011

Bohat Ahlaa ………bhanchood!!! ( Super Amazing! )

sket says: October 28, 2011

Not bad, but…

If they combined this design with the technology used in Segway transporters, they could have a market-ready product in a year ;)

p.s. But instead of wheels, it could move arround on a omni-directional ball.

Anton says: October 29, 2011

impossible. What about the 130 dB sound the engine is generating

wimac says: December 23, 2011

Of course, the basic layout of this "robot" will make it impossible to fly. This is merely a design experiment and is clearly not a prototype by any stretch of the imagination… as if you couldn't tell by looking at it…







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