This pair of goggles is finished in a deep red with black extension rings. They also include 2-50mm clear lenses, 2-50mm red lenses, and an adjustable black elastic head band. The lenses can be removed and exchanged. Thanks for browsing.
Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin has innovated a way for old Soviet naval mines to become usable furniture. From tables, to beds and even baby carriages, the rusted mines are recycled into steampunked home furnishings.
Blitzen the Steampunk Dog takes to the air with the aid of his water-bottle jetpack and protective goggles. The “jetpack animal” is something of an archetype when it comes to futuristic or retrofuturistic animal costumes, but it’s still a classic. Goggles are a popular pet addition because you can actually buy goggles for your dog, called “Doggles”. I swear I didn’t make that up.
Modeled on the same classic designs of the Machine Age and built by hand with industrial grade components. Solid steel, iron, and brass fittings comprise the main fixture frame. An antique style pendant lamp graces the pulleys. Pendant consists of an aged brass lamp socket with flat paddle switch, 9 loving feet of new vintage style twisted cloth cord and an industrial wall plug. Finished off with a smart-looking 8″ brass cone shade.
The “Spat in the Hat” is new this year and comes in three different colors. It is meant to look like a spat and has four leather buttons on the side as well as airbrushing and laser engraved pin stipes.
pianobed: “Honey, open your piano, it’s time to go to bed.” ….?!?!
After my very first past & past column back in August. I had some requests to address the history of the Murphy bed. Its only taken 6 months and some nudging from Grace but heres some insight into the Murphy bed!
The practice of hiding the bed became a 19th century art form and practical solution to the lack of space. The parlor was the defining room from 1850 1900 and signaled the social circle to which the family belonged. The parlors decorations illustrated the social refinement of the family and was where all the best things would have been displayed.
These goggles have a black base coat finish with metallic silver highlights and pewter hued extension rings. The right eye piece has a functioning compass which is mounted in a rotating ring which can be moved to the side and out of your' field of vision. They include 2-50 mm glass clear lenses, 2- 50 mm amber shaded glass lenses, spring accents and an elastic headband. Thanks for browsing.
Croatian artist Ivan Mavrovic turns modern technology into steampunk gadgets that still retain their functionality.
In a world where everyone seems interested only in getting their hands on the latest futuristic designs when it comes to gadgets, some, like Ivan Mavrovic, prefer to look back in history, to the time of the Victorian era, when brass, copper and wood were the main ingredients that made things cool. But interlacing modern tech with steampunk design isnt easy, especially if you want to maintain functionality, but Croatian steampunk enthusiast Ivan Mavrovic does a fantastic job. Not only do his retro-cell phones look incredibly cool, but they also work as well as normal modern-day phones. They may not be as feature-full as todays smartphones, but his sturdy converted Nokia phones work perfectly and make gorgeous accessories.
This is a beautiful mini chandelier. The diameter is a compact 7 inches and its 12 inches from top ring to bottom. The curve of the cast iron hub and exposed wire loops give this lamp a soft elegant feel. Its a nice contrast to the simple straight lines of the hanging tubular cages. The overall look has a bit of a gothic feel and at the same time its industrial. The patina is black with hints of rust. it takes 3 common and easy to replace tubular bulbs. The small size offers many different design options. Hung from a wall hook it makes an interesting sconce. Group a number of these lamps to make a larger complex chandelier.