Tom Sepe’s Steampunk Motorbike

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An Interview By Meredith Scheff Wandering through the industrial neighborhood of West Oakland, You'll find more than a few warehouse art studios, each one filled to the brim with all manner of projects; from giant robots to huge metal art – and of course steam machines. A few days

Steam Analytical Engine – In Progress

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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.

Mini Steam / Goth House

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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

Get the Whirlygig to the Museum

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[Another Kickstarter project I'm backing: my friend Tom Sepe is trying to get his Whirlygig Emoto to the CRMI] How do ya get a steam-electric hybrid motorcycle across country? With your help! (and a very strong box!) The Charles River Museum of Art and Innovation's new exhibit: "Steampunk, Form

Charles River Museum of Industry–Steampunk: Form and Function

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[The following is a press release for an event at the Charles River Museum of Industry in Waltham, Massachusetts – Jake] An Exhibition of Innovation, Invention and Gadgetry At The Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation’s new exhibit Steampunk: Form & Function – An Exhibition of Innovation, Invention and

Here we go . . . Castle’s Steampunk Episode

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A kind and competent portrayal, but I can't help thinking that we could use a nice juicy scandal or two! 😉

Virtuoso – Help Kickstart this Open Source Business/Comic/Universe!

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Nearly there with 3 days to go! There are a lot of really neat things out there tagged with term 'Steampunk' but very few of them are as truly wonderful and unique as "Virtuoso," a Creative Commons licensed comic from friends Jon Munger and Krista Brennan.  Jon and Krista are

Strowger Switchgear

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I just finished a project for Jeff VanderMeer's Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities and while I can't show you the sculptures I made (we're saving that for the book's debut) I can tell you that one of the pieces exemplified a new aesthetic for me, sort of an early

Abney Park’s HMS Ophelia Remix by ~Delen

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  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

Steampunk Around the World – Holland

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This is really amazing and delightful! I had not idea such things were happening around the world! – Jake Davy writes: Last Sunday we had a floralparade in Valkenswaard, Holland with a group of 25 steamers.  Paul Woldhek (http://www.undergroundlaboratory.nl/) had arranged this all.    Our group of builders made tree