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    I saw these Steampunk Lamps and thought that they looked really great. Alas they were so popular that they sold out!. However if you send an e-mail to him at , then he will add you his mailing list


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    Lex: I saw that stuff on Flickr. Nice work.
    • CommentTimeFeb 11th 2009
    Thanks Warren! I saw that you flickrgeisted it recently in the blog. Very much appreciated.
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2009
    not really Victorian, more Medieval,

    • CommentTimeFeb 18th 2009
    • CommentAuthorbraak
    • CommentTimeFeb 18th 2009
    All of this stuff is extremely cool. I would be perfectly please to fill my entire house with it.

    I figured I would link to this novel, The Translated Man, which I considered steampunk while I was writing it, though some others apparently disagree.

    I know that folks are reasonably and rightly suspicious of self-published books. So, but, you know. Maybe some people are interested.
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeFeb 19th 2009
    check out the Cthulhu mask...

    • CommentTimeFeb 19th 2009

    Thanks. I have a new subject for nightmares now.
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2009
    very nice..
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    Lisa Black, a sculptor/artist from New Zealand. I'm suprised nobody's given her a mention yet:

    Part of the "Fixed" series of peices.

    This little croc has working gears inside.

    All made with real, once-frolicking-in-the-meadow organic material - even the heart which, and I quote, "Was a toughie. I had to finish it before it began to decompose." I haven't had time to look for her official site, but "Lisa Black" should be enough to get you there if your interest has been piqued.

    Better yet, go through Coilhouse. I just noticed that one of the images in this post is hosted by that wonderful site.
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    Amazing. I was torn between loathing it, and loving it. Then I realised all that stuff was dead anyway, so hacking it wasn't really an issue. The terminator Duckling is astounding. I want to see it in a film, wading free from the wreckage of a petrol truck.
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2009
    Made me think of Vaucanson's Duck, the 18th-century automaton that could eat seeds and crap pellets (not really) and who has a serious mad on for humanity in Thomas Pynchon's "Mason & Dixon."
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    Alex CF always produced the most interesting steam-inspired artworks :

    A nice body of work over at The Art of Alex CF
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2009

    this care is awesome
    • CommentAuthorcombatcow
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2009 edited
    Predator sitting in a train station in Switzerland, I think I saw an alien around there somewhere too
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    I wrote a steampunk zombie story a little while ago. In the process I wondered if it had been done before (I figured, everybody loves zombies, everybody loves steampunk, had to be something, right?) and I found this, which is more like Regular Steampunk Now With Added Zombies. I really wish I knew enough roleplayers to get a game of this together, it looks so awesome!
    • CommentTimeFeb 28th 2009
    @lba this is why france remain one of the foremost industrial powers.
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2009
    now this is a fucking corkscrew!!!

    • CommentAuthorENGINE
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2009
    Dear gods that must've taken forever to build, all to uncork a bottle! Has he done anything else?
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
    This was supposed to be a "steampunk segway" but it's missing the most important part, the steam!

    sure the aesthetics are close, but it kind of misses the point