Mancub from CoceptArt.org presented  a few Victorian Era Submersibles  The first is [I]H.M.S. Narwhal[I] which is more of a recreation/exploration submarine. The second is the Seppuku, which is used to slice the belly of a ship, sink said vessel, and carry away precious cargo unnoticed while masquerading as a sea monster/hell-bent-crustacean. Both are part of a larger narrative and feature functioning parts.

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The new steampunk web series set in an underground city. Created by Geoff Boothby and Cullen Thomas.

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Take a look at two monumental pictures, the silent movie Metropolis (1927) and a classic manga by Osamu Tezuka (1949) released in a full lenght anime in 2001 Continue Reading »

In my ongoing fascination with the Neo-Victorian “steampunk” art movement, I have started to become aware of the shear volume of interest there is surrounding the idea. The internet is full of interested individuals, there are a number of newer movies being made that borrow from the same inspirational pool, as well as a few RPG, COSPLAY, and LARP games that have sprung up in the past few years. Yet, despite this, there is a surprisingly small quantity of “steampunk” styled desktop wallpapers (www.steampunkwallpaper.com seems to have the largest collection I’ve seen so far). Even fewer still are the number of steampunk cell phone wallpapers (I still haven’t found a decent source), and steampunk screen savers are all but nonexistent. This got me thinking. Instead of crawling the internet looking for the previously mentioned graphic imagery, why not create my own?
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Steampunk jewelry and accessories for men and women, by designer Grace Acosta at http://www.Rivkasmom.com Continue Reading »

Trailer for the first STEAMPUNK art exhibition in the US, perhaps the world. Curated by Art Donovan of Donovan Designs and including works from internationally known artists. Located in Bridgehampton NY. October 10, 2008
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Top 5 dystopian movies. Acording to CitizenBrown
1. Brazil (1985)
2. A Scanner Darkly (2006)
3. THX 1138 (1971)
4. Metropolis (1927)
5. Blade Runner (1982)
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