Note: I'm trying something new here, I recorded the video and then submitted it to Amazon Mechanical Turk for transcription below. I've only done a small amount of editing to the text and added a few still shots. Hi Jake Von Slatt here. I want to show you some of the
Brand new from my bestie Nathaniel Johnstone and 2Tall Animation comes this re-imagination of a childhood classic!
Hey Portland! Don't miss futurist Brian David Johnson and cultural historian James Carrott at they explore steampunk, a cultural movement that's captivated thousands of artists, designers, makers, hackers, and writers throughout the world. The even is at Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing on Monday, March 25th @ 7:00PM. Hey! I really like the model they got
Longtime friend of SPWS speaks at Roger Williams University on race and steampunk: Re-Racing Steampunk: Race, Memory & Retrofuturism.
How to move 3/8 inch nuts really quickly along long lengths of threaded lamp pipe.
Big Wooden Ball Project from Mike Leuis on Vimeo. I love, Love! LOVE! the use of industrial equipment to make art. A custom built crane/lathe/mill truck for making big wooden balls? Be still mah heart! (via Make)
From The Men That Will Not Be Blaimed for Nothing. This is how I like my Steampunk. \m/
A short film about Richard Birkett of Fantasy Clocks from Town Square Films. Favorite quote: "The people who like my clocks tend to be the better people on the planet." I am certain most vistors to The Steampunk Workshop resemble that remark!
Some projects take a long time. Sometimes I start something and then put it aside, in this case for more that two years! When Make:TV came out to the workshop to shoot a profile of me in July of 2008, one of the projects that I worked on for
This is wonderful and I love it very hard indeed! Via Sepiachord who can also be found on twitter.