Dark steampunk goth art just in time for valintines day. Michele Lynch is a mixed media artist with a touch of steampunk. Her creations have wonderful anime eyes that play well on the reused bodies of savleged machinery. Another one of my favorites, the Surgeon piece is just
This is the first of what is likely to be many posts covering the New Zealand's The League of Victorian Imagineer. They have a great blog and run a yearly exhibition and fashion show. The next fasion show will be at Oamaru Opera House on the 5th June 2011.
Kevin Mowrer has started a blog to share some of his woderful art. As you can see the art rocks but what I really like about it is the philosophy behind it: Since I'm in the business of property development, the prevailing dogma says "Don't share anything publicly that
As you probably already know Art Donovan has an amazing Steampunk Art Exhibition at Oxford University's Museum of the History of Science. Today I am bringing you two of my favorite pieces from the show. The show includes several amazing handcrafted lighting pieces with heavy use of metal and
I have seen some ambitious steam projects and this one adds to the list: So, it's not without trepidation that I say that it's time Britain built the Analytical Engine. After the wonderful reconstruction of the Difference Engine we need to finish Babbage's dream of a steam-powered, general-purpose computer.
Just in time for Halloween, we have several new images from Liz Saxtree-Ford's miniature Steam Inn which won second place in an annual Dolls House Emporium's Creative Competition.The whole house is only a few meters high and wide. Everything you see is on a very small scale and the
I was looking through a collection of steampunk city skylines and came across this great remix of Seattle Area Band, Abney Parks, dirigible the HMS Ophelia. Enjoy: The name of the piece is HMS Ophelia by ~Delen on deviantART One more image after the jump & a link
Crunch Gear has a good interview up with the creator of this wonderful watch, Haruo Suekichi: Your watches have an antique, yet very futuristic form and design. Where do they come from? What inspires you? – When I make watches, it doesn’t usually start with design but with “fun”:
This just warmed my inner 12 year-old, great job Encline Design in making a steampunk version of Optimus Prime one of my childhood heros. The images from this post are copyrighted by © Encline Design. I am reproducing these low resolution version under Fair Use to see the
On September 19th Seattle's Jigsaw Renaissance is hosting a maker unconfernce with a focus on making within a budget. ThriftCamp is a one-day unconference discussing how to live well on a limited means. Living in a consumption culture that is destroying our limited resources and in tough economic times,