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Toronto Lovebot spotted around the world

Matthew Del Degan's Lovebot design is slowly taking over the world. The art project that began in Toronto with a popular series of stickers evolved into an army of concrete statues shaped like robots in 2013 and will eventually culminate in a DIY plastic toy. Each appearance of the Lovebot, Del Degan says, represents an act of love or kindness.

Despite making the jump to 3D, the stickers remain popular. A quick search on Instagram reveals Lovebots in New York City, Costa Rica, England, and Long Beach, California, as well as locations in Ontario and the Maritimes.

Here are 10 photos of the Toronto Lovebot around Canada and the world.

toronto lovebot berlin

Berlin. Lovebottherobot/Instagram.

toronto lovebot exeter

Exeter, UK. Theorangutan_/Instagram

toronto lovebot brooklyn

New York City. joeweegee/Instagram.

toronto lovebot california

Long Beach, California. matthewdeldegan/Instagram.

toronto lovebot indianapolis

Indianapolis. jspanbauer/Instagram.

toronto lovebot costa rica

Costa Rica. _eth_x_/Instagram.

toronto lovebot wawa

Wawa, Ontario. matthewdeldegan/Instagram.

toronto lovebot niagara

Niagara Falls. _eth_x_/Instagram.

toronto lovebot st john's

McMurdo's Lane, St. John's. wysevegan/Instagram

Chris Bateman is a staff writer at blogTO. Follow him on Twitter at @chrisbateman.

Lead image: nothingisknown/Instagram


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