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.
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
Holy smokes! Trip the trigger on The Vaporiser and watch the valve-fed chamber send out a continuous zap of energy toward your target. Within the blink of your safety-goggled eye, solid matter is transformed into a gaseous state of vapor with no lingering scent. Every type of obstacle, from oversized boulders blocking your passage to poisonous serpents at your feet, will be instantly obliterated!
Precautions should be minded when taking this gun out for a spin. Although the overall image is tough, the intricate construction is made from hand-painted resin, rendering it a tad delicate. Rough treatment may just cause the gun to become cracked, chipped or otherwise scarred in some unsightly way. Dont think youre a little slow on the uptake when you set aim on something, this is a faux firearm and all gauges, gears and such are strictly decorative. A cast resin display stand is included for display.
Imported. The Vaporiser measures approximately 7″ tall x 2″ wide x 9 1/2″ Long
I wanted to build a Steampunk Gatling Gun. I spent a little time doing some research and did some drawings and this is what I came up with. The whole gun has been built with recycled wood. The base was made from an old wooden bed and the rest was built with scrap wood that I had in my workshop. The gun does not fire real bullets but the barrels do spin. I used an old angle grinder head as the crank handle. The gun is just over 3.5ft long. The only item I spent money on was the copper tubing. 64
Those illuminating green tubes might look a bit OTT, but check out the intricate exposed mechanisims on the front panel. Jon Valjean’s Jules Verne won first prize in the xLAN case mod competition it’s easy to see why.
STEAMPUNK GOGGLES Victorian Goggles Steam Punk Eyeglasses Glasses Specs Spectacles Googles Aviator Goggle Top Hat Goggles Post Apocalyptic
A handmade SteamPunk Goggles Victorian Goggles Steam Punk Eyeglasses stylized old bronze.
Made of genuine leather embossed reptile. Decorated with brass cap nuts. Eyepieces made of aluminum alloy. Eyepieces contain fishnet items. Genuine leather embossed reptile stylized old bronze acrylic paints. Each eyepiece has 7 cap nuts. To be worn on a hat, top hat or head. Size adjustable strap with a buckle and D-rings stylized under the old bronze.
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?
Time travel, steampunk and botany inspire Victorian-themed Indian restaurant
A new Indian restaurant and cocktail bar has opened in London with a design that pays tribute to the scientists and botanists of the Victorian era and their explorations in the jungles of India. Walls and shelves of the restaurant are filled with authentic 19th century artefacts evoking adventurous tropical explorations, such as apothecary bottles, microscopes, looking glasses, walking canes, jars of plant specimens and original botanical prints. In addition to its tropical flourishes, the design features examples of Steampunk style and lighting, industrial parts and custom-designed metalwork used by Victorian engineers such as Isambard Kingdom Brunel. This is juxtaposed with 21st century pop light fittings and luxury suiting fabrics. “Victorian Britain is a fabulous treasure trove of scientific, artistic and literary works,â Chebaane told CLAD. âAfter reading dozen of books from the 19th century, I edited and condensed them into one narrative arc and developed an aesthetic language to design an experience relevant to todayâs youth, while also being inclusive to a more mature audience. The result is a mixture of Victorian fantasy and postmodernist design.”
This keyboard is similar to my “Archbishop” model, but features side lit stained-glass-styled inserts and keys featuring Alchemical symbols. This keyboard was originally designed for a pharmacist and is themed around Apothecarial and Alchemical icons including the Bowl of Hygeia, the Caduceus, and the Eye of Ra (from which the modern “Rx” symbol used by pharmacists is derived).
A steampunk pen that resembles a Swiss knife with multiple functions and different accessories like a flashlight and a flash drive as well as many other useful things
Steampunk pen from Penscapes. Its made from carbon fiber, stainless steel, silver, brass, and acrylic. It includes a 14k gold nib manufactured by Bock in Germany, available in fine, medium, or broad. It contains a cartridge/converter filling system – $5500