Daft Punk‘s helmets are iconic items of pop culture. In the early days, they were used to hide Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter’s identity, but they’ve now become identities themselves as well as pop- culture artifacts of the mid-00’s French filter house scene. “But how are they made,” you ask?
Have a look—photographer Tim Bottchen has posted a gallery with stunning pictures detailing the process. We bet you’ve never seen your favorite house robots like this before.