Daily picks for 29th Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 29th Nov 2015. Enjoy!

The Ironwork Laptop


This beautiful Japanese creation features a wooden space bar and the enter key has been replaced with a brass bell. It’s a fully-functioning computer, too (thanks to Brass Goggles for the translation). A stunning example – Steampunk at its finest…

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Professor Fates Calculating Engine


“Fourth day of the holiday weekend I got a lot done,” writes The KronoNaut on Flickr. “It’s coming along rather nicely. I’ve decided to take the empty drive bays, and make them into apothecary drawers.” And why not?

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Supersonic Steam Gun


by flosvensson @ devianArt

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Made from old car hubcaps/wheel trims


by Hubcapcreatures

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Dapper Hats


This little guy is sporting a hat and bow tie by Hundchen, and he looks especially proud to be doing so. In my personal experience, dogs don’t like hats very much. However, some will tolerate them quite well!

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Daily picks for 28th Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 28th Nov 2015. Enjoy!

Piece by AllNatural Arts


This beautiful piece was designed by Sue Beatrice, from “All Natural Arts”

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Clockwork art by All Natural Arts


Pocket watches may be a thing of the past, but they are in no way any less beautiful. Just check out these repurposed antique pocket watches by New Jersey-based artist Sue Beatrice of AllNatural Arts. Beatrice recycles discarded parts like gears, cogs, screws, and sprockets, into whimsical sculptures inspired by nature and fantasy

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Big Brother 3 House (Canada )


A look inside the Big Brother Canada 3 house

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Future Woman Doctor of 1902


Boing Boing found this incredible collection of French trading cards from 1902 entitled Les Femmes de l’avenir or ‘Women of the Future’.

Instead of showing them in some science fiction garb, artist Albert Bergeret shows these women working jobs that would have been unthinkable to society then.

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Lady Redstone


Photographer: Tenhaku Photographie

Model : Lady Redstone

Accessories/ arms : Atelier des flammes noires

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Daily picks for 26th Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 26th Nov 2015. Enjoy!

By Jordan Trimmer

Steampunk 3-85 Hawkeye Mercurial Cortex Ray Gun- Airship Pilot / Explorr

Kassie Lanfire

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Steampunk USB Drive


Design by Absynthe Design

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Cardboard flying machines and sculptures


Daniel Agdag’s latest collection of cardboard flying machines and sculptures.

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Daily picks for 25th Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 25th Nov 2015. Enjoy!

SchimmelShop Pen


Designed by Chad Schimmel

Art Nouveau bronze and amber chandelier, ca. 1900

Chandelier “Delizia” – Steampunk Light



Chandelier “Delizia” – a creative product of “Copper Cat Art Group” company.

The idea of creation was evoked by one friendly positive tea party at the friends country cottage.

At the basis of “Delizia” design are Soviet electric samovar of 1991 year and Vintage ceramic teapot of 60-ies of the last century.

Company “Copper Cat Art Group” succeeded in personification at “Delizia” chandelier of not only a variety of domestic comfort ideas, due to creative idea and use of traditional household devices of last century.

Technical features, specification:

Dimensions (without cord and chain), mm: 440x250x250

Length of chain with a spoon, mm: 1000

Length of the fixing chain with lampshade, mm: 600

Lighting element: LED- lamp

Material: stainless steel, chrome, ceramics, karbolit

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Edison Light Globes, Brassy & Classy Steampunk-Style Lamp Fixtures

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Daily picks for 24th Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 24th Nov 2015. Enjoy!

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The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

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Illustration by Pierre Droal

Computer mouse, by Daniel Pan


After completing my custom keyboard, I was constantly annoyed with seeing my ugly plastic mouse sitting next to it, so I knew a new project was inevitable. I decided to make a custom matching mouse! At first I felt this project was beyond my abilities, since I had to make actual moving and working parts, but after hours of staring at a dissembled mouse and my boxes and jars of random found objects, I developed a plan of attack. The mouse I started with was a generic 5 button mouse with scroll wheel. The two main left/right buttons were the largest obstacles for I couldnt find anything that would both look and function well. My first though was to use the two sides of a bottom jawbone of some rodent I had lying around, but they ended up being too small and fragile for constant use. I then decided I will just carve some pieces out of wood. After this, I made a mount using brass tubing and brass I-beam shaped pieces. To match the keyboard, I decided to add vintage typewriter keys to each of the finger points on the main 4 buttons of this mouse. I used Alchemy symbols to replace the original letters in the keys. These symbols may or may not have been chosen for a specific significance in this project.

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Over 150 years old, the Laxey Wheel, a.k.a Lady Isabella, is the largest working waterwheel in the world at 72 feet in diameter. As an American, I have seen many water-powered grist mills on the small wooded streams of the Appalachian Mountains and Piedmont. But these working-collar wheels seem crude compared to the beautifully engineered backshot Laxey Wheel on the Isle of Man.

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Daily picks for 23rd Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 23rd Nov 2015. Enjoy!

Big Brother 3 House (Canada )


A look inside the Big Brother Canada 3 house

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The Iron Octopus


Apolonis Aphrodisia Blog

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Mad Mod Designs-Rusty Jones

Steampunk Table

Steampukn top-hat, by MS Prop Creations

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Daily picks for 22nd Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 22nd Nov 2015. Enjoy!

The Brewery PC


Nicknamed The Brewery because of the protruding copper pipes and taps on the top. This Russian creation makes great use of LEDs, especially through the round porthole on the side. In fact, it makes great use of everything.

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Steampunk Dog Costume


What a cool steampunk dog costume! This is probably my favorite photo to come out of the Nova Albion Steampunk Exhibition, which took place last weekend in Emeryville, California.

What a patient pup, to put up with those goggles. Very cool!

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Pipe Wall Shelf with Reclaimed Wood, Custom Pipe Shelves

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Daily picks for 21st Nov 2015

Here are our selection for 21st Nov 2015. Enjoy!

USB Drive by Will Rockwell


Ah, the glorious days of steam power, when computers were beautiful and flash drives were pieces of art. Say what? We are, of course, thinking of the imaginary world of steampunk, in which Victoriana rubbed shoulders with the high-tech ? and with the impossible. – See more at: http://1800recycling.com/2011/05/incredible-recycling-steampunk-usb-flash-drives#sthash.OPf7umA6.dpuf

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Goetz Palace


The palace and park Goetz Okocimskich is located very close to the brewery Okocimski, founded in 1845 by a German who came to John the Evangelist Goetz (1815-1893). It was built in 1898 by his son John Albin Goetz Okocimski (1864-1931).

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Steampunk Bookshelf Ends

Steampunk E-Pipe

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Future Woman Journalist of 1902


Boing Boing found this incredible collection of French trading cards from 1902 entitled Les Femmes de l’avenir or ‘Women of the Future’.

Instead of showing them in some science fiction garb, artist Albert Bergeret shows these women working jobs that would have been unthinkable to society then.

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