Robots and Donuts by Eric Joyner is a delightful volume chockfull of this artist's work, specifically those works that feature robots, donuts or both. Joyner's robots are not at all the hi-tech monsters that one may come to expect, but colourful toy robots of tin that were all the rage post-World War II. Joyner's work is a burst of colour, and the robots can be found in a variety of unusual settings (such as the boxing ring). And no robot landscape would be complete without a few donuts, so icing of every description adds to the flavours and colours of this tasty book.
Paperback, 176 pages. Dark Horse, 2008. $22.14 at Amazon.