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Size 56-57 cm.
Other sizes to suit your requirements.
Ideal for the Burning Man Festival.
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Whether you’re thinking of globetrotting airships or clockwork pocket computers, steampunk has room for it all ? even for your handy USB stick. Could there be a more stylish way to apply a finish to the finer details of everyday life?
All Natural Arts was started by Susan Beatrice as a venue for selling her creations. Combining talent and imagination with a love of nature, the designs are created with the environment in mind. Recycled, upcycled and repurposed objects are combined with natural elements into unique, Earth-friendly and artistic items sensitive to the limits of our natural resources.
All Natural Arts is a celebration of nature in the form of jewelry and other fun and whimsical items. Using sea glass, stones and other natural elements as well as vintage watches, jewelry pieces, and found objects to create one of a kind treasures for you to enjoy or to give as gifts.
We thought some of these Victorian era designs from Etsy dealer, Old World Computer, looked familiar. I happened back upon the Etsy seller while searching online for iPad desk stands, discovering this fanciful steampunk design, quickly realizing “woodguy32” had updated the catalog with plenty of new iPad, iPod, and even Android device desk accessories for those partial to yesteryear’s aesthetic…
Our favorite of the handcrafted bunch is the iPhone Dock Oak Charger with old timey handset shown above:
Old Tom Computer is actually a side project, complementing another business operated by “woodguy32”: hot rod Woodies (those 1930’s cars made famous by the Beach Boys). In either case, Cincinnati craftsman, woodguy32’s skills are not to be denied and worth a gander, if just for curiosity’s sake.
*A sad note shared on their Etsy shop home page: “Please Note: I have been hit with Cancer a second time. There will be a delay in getting orders out. If you purchase an item, please understand this.”
This pair of goggles is finished in a dark purple with green extension rings. A steampunk representation of the Joker. They also include 2-50mm clear lenses, 2-50mm green lenses, and an adjustable elastic head band. The lenses can be removed and exchanged. Thanks for browsing.
This keyboard began its life as a very rare IBM Model M-15 split ergonomic keyboard like the one below …and has now been turned into the even more rare “Datamancer Ergo”. This keyboard was commissioned by a female client and has some elegant, feminine design features such as violet LEDs, an acanthus-leaf pattern etched into the brass, and a soft burgundy wrist pad that is removable for cleaning. It also has a built-in “buttonless” touchpad mouse in the center (tap anywhere to left-click and drag, tap in the top-right corner to right-click). This keyboard is interesting because the typing plane is actually tipped forward rather than back. It looks odd at first, but actually makes for a very comfortable typing position.
Born in Bergen, Norway, Christopher Conte was raised and currently lives in New York. After earning a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art (BFA) from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, he began working in the prosthetics field making artificial limbs for amputees which he did for 16 years as a Certified Prosthetist.
Throughout his time in the field, Chris worked in obscurity creating biomechanical sculptures which reflected his love for biomechanics, anatomy and robotics. In June 2008, he left the field to begin his career as a full-time artist.
Christopher uses a wide range of experience along with diverse materials and construction techniques to create his unique one-of-a-kind pieces. The work is usually a combination of original cast components with found/recycled parts using materials ranging from bronze to carbon fiber. Many of the exotic materials used in both the aerospace industry and the medical field have found their way into his work.
While a strong connection with future technologies is present in all of Chris work, ancient techniques such as lost-wax bronze casting have become an integral part of the process as well. The process involved in creating just one sculpture can often take weeks or even months.
In 2007, Christopher began offering these unique pieces for sale through galleries for the first time. In May 2008, Chris work went on display in a two person show at Last Rites Gallery owned by the legendary tattoo artist, Paul Booth. Less than one month later one of his sculptures went on display in National Museum in Washington DC.
His sculptures have appeared on The Discovery Channel, Discover Magazine, Wired Magazine, MTV Networks and in Popular Science Magazine. His work has also sparked the interest of the FBI, Lockheed Martin, and in 2008, Chris began working closely with former Northrop Grumman engineers and model makers.
In March 2009 Chris was asked to speak, take questions, and display his work at an international technology and design conference in Sweden called Material Fusion. In June 2009 Chris loaned several of his sculptures to the oldest museum in the United States, the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass for a one year exhibition.
Hi, Im Mat. Im 27 and for once Im not single. I just moved back from moving across the country, coming home couldnt have been a better idea. I have a half finished novel and Im starting to wonder if Ill ever finish it. I smoke weed, I wont apologize for it. I need to get more tattoos, Id love to be sleeved.
Art is the reason Im on tumblr. Nerdy art. Tattoos. Reading. Writing. Music. Video Games. Film. Television. Cars. Technology. Rants. Fashion. Design. Life.
At Edison we often work with design students on various lighting projects and it always amazes us what inventive products they come up with. We were recently sent the finished result of Sherly Herlianas woven pendant light and love the beautiful sculptural nature of it. Sherly is an industrial design student at RMIT.
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hand crafted leather goggles made to be some of the best available
All genuine leather, durable, carefully crafted, hand stitched and riveted
Top shelf leather was used to create these goggles and extended experience in leather working along with quality craftsmanship guarantee an unique product that will last for a long time in great condition weather the item is used or displayed
The adjustable strap will fit most adults
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head stand and mouth mask not included
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