Daily picks for 27th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 27th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Steampunk brooch – L


Steampunk brooch – Large Fly Lightbulb Brooch – OOAK Unique Steampunk Steam Punk Clockwork Jewelry

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Tom Otterness’ Silver Towers Playground in New York City


Tom Otterness’ Silver Towers Playground in New York City is a bronze, steampunk man just asking to be climbed on. With legs that double as slides and a hollow head perfect for hiding from parents, it’s a splendid (and well-designed) inner city escape.

Steampunk Victorian TESLA Gun Nerf ZOMBIE KILLER

Made from old car hubcaps/wheel trims


by Hubcapcreatures

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Damnation Custom Steampunk PC


The Damnation Steampunk PC sports an Intel Core i7 965 processor, 12 gigabytes of DD3 RAM, an X57 chipset motherboard, dual Radeon 4870X2 graphics-card and 1 terabyte of hard-drive. So its not just a pretty face, this baby can handle just about anything you throw at it.

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Daily picks for 26th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 26th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Steampunk fashion


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Steampunk Maverick Nerf Gun

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Aviator Dog


Who doesn’t want to take their dog with them in their motorcycle sidecar, or on the back seat of their biplane, or on the deck of their airship? Especially one as gentlemanly as this Air Dog below.

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Interdimensional Receiver

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Illustration by Chocofing R

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Daily picks for 25th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 25th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Jarosaw Janikowski

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The most awesome steampunk cake ever?


Artist Kerry Rowe

Mechanical Clock 6 – Eric Freitas


Steampunk by Eric Freitas Steampunk (13 October 2009 – 21 February 2010). The first museum exhibition of Steampunk art. An international show curated by American artist and designer Art Donovan. At the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, England.

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Miyazaki Steampunk Clock at NTV Shiodome, Tokyo.


This steampunk themed clock designed by the famous Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli is the largest animated clock in the world. The clock was completed in December 2006 after a design period of over four years.

The enormous copper clock is 12 metres high, 18 metres wide, and has extensive animations timed to music including firing steam cannon, moving figures, and moving legs like Howls Moving Castle.

The clock was built by sculptor Shachimaru Kunio who also built the giant Laputa robot on the rooftop of the Ghibli museum. Miyazaki said that he wanted to make something that would be loved by future generations that would last beyond his animated characters.

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Barnes metal lathe pub table


Barnes metal lathe from the late 1800s converted into a pub table. We used an old wood pallet with metal trim for the table top!

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Daily picks for 24th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 24th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Illustrations by Amberly Berendson

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Steampunk Top Hat Black with Mask


Feeling temporarily mysterious… this gear accented, pleather mask is removable. Hat is embellished with a peasant feather & faux pocket watch. Economical, lightweight felt top hat; . Size: OSFM, Velcro hat band added inside to approximate 22" circumference. 12"w x 7" Tall.

Hat stand not included.

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Higland Park Bowl


89 years later, the 1933 Group have restored and revitalized the vintage bowling alley, transporting patrons into a different era with a steampunk vibe.

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Giant steampunk octopuss sculpture


Buddy octopus

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Daily picks for 23rd Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 23rd Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Hub cap animals – Fish


Beautifully crafted animals by Ptolemy Elrington

Ptolemy Elrington spends his time collecting hub caps lost on the streets of Britain, and transforming them into impressive-looking animal sculptures.

To prove that one persons junk is another mans treasure, 43-year-old Ptolemy Elrington has chosen to use reclaimed materials, like hub caps, as the main medium of his art. After finishing college, the Bradford-based sculptor lived close to a sharp curve where cars would often lose their hub caps. He began collecting them from the roadside ditch, and planned to turn them all into an original suit of armor, but noticing they had a marine look about them, he decided to mold them into fish.

After he gave his first sculptures to his family, as gifts, friends started coming to him asking for some hub-cap sculptures of their own. Elrington realized the business potential of his art, and now spends most of his time creating animal sculptures in his workshop. Because his work materials are practically free, he only charges customers for his time, about 75 British pounds per day. His most expensive work so far, a 10 meter tall dragon made out of 200 lost hub caps cost 3,000 pounds, but most of his works are sold for a few hundreds.

A strong supporter of recycling, Ptolemy Elrington only uses discarded materials. He never buys hubcaps, he always uses lost ones, and even the wire used to tie the hubcap pieces together comes from the junkyard.

After seven years of hub cap sculpting, Elrington says he is a fan of luxury car hub caps, from BMW or Mercedes, because they can be flexed more,and hardly ever snap.

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Wall Sconce by the Machine Age Lamp Company

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The Red Max created by Dr D M Southall


“The Red Max” created by Dr D M Southall, aug 2006

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Steampunk Cosplay With Wings


Ready to fligh

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Big Brother 3 House (Canada )


A look inside the Big Brother Canada 3 house

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Daily picks for 21st Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 21st Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Home built Steampunk Gatling gun


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

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Steampunk nerf gun


These great things of nerf guns worth shooting darts and look great at cosplay or comic con events

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Steampunk Motorbike


Design si executare -Korpan Pasha

Typewriter Lamp


Made from a 1950s Italian olivetti in hindi script – by Absynthe Design

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Steampunk AK (working)


This gun was created by Rogue Gunn Works which is an unusual gun shop that is very eclectic with a feel of steampunk meets mad max with a bit of class being put into it!

It is an actual real and working AK and when the clock is put into the magwell when you shoot it goes forward in time. It has bells and also lights that work on it and it is fully convertible too.some of the fixtures can be removed and others added on for different looks. it is a 7 color cerakote combination as well and it has real brass that has been melted and welded onto the rifle

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Daily picks for 20th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 20th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Steampunk moose created from watch parts


Steampunk creature. Not sure who he is…an elk, a giraffe, a deer or a moose maybe. He is what he is.

Made of watch parts only.

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Steampunk pistol


by ~cptnmat on deviantART

Steampunk Squidipus by Alan Williams metal artist

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Library


A new library opening in Lipscani, 55, Bucharest, Romania (Feb 12)

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Scrap metal sculptures by Edouard Martinet


Made from scrap metal – beautiful!

French artist Edouard Martinet transforms metal pieces found at flea markets and car-boot sales into beautiful works of art.

Using a series of common metallic objects, from rusted kitchen pans, to old typewriter keys and car lights, Martinet manages to create intricate sculptures of fish, reptiles and insects. Without any soldering or welding whatsoever, the artist first draws up a few detailed sketches of what he wants to create, then begins a painstaking process of piecing the metal parts together, like a puzzle. As you can imagine, his scrap metal masterpieces take quite a long time to complete, but they are definitely worth the effort.

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Daily picks for 19th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 19th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Jules Verne – Restaurant Interior Design – Vladimir Piskariov

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Charvel Steampunk Custom

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Twited Sister Art


Oh, how I love rhinestones. Flash, brilliance, movement. Layers of handwoven wire, a purple blue eye and a fringe of rhinestones, makes a one of a kind pin brooch. Add the accompanying 20 inch chain and it becomes a statement piece. How much fun can one piece be

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by Absynthe Design

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Steampunk electronic cigarette by SteamPens

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Daily picks for 18th Feb 2019

Here are our selection for 18th Feb 2019. Enjoy!

Steampunk inspired Rollerball Pen


Steampunk inspired Rollerball Pen handmade from brass clock gears

Alsatia by BlueLint


A 1998 Nerf Lightning Blitz modded. I never did post my other nerf mods (yet, I don’t know if I will or not) but this is my 3rd nerf mod. This took hours. The “worms” and chicken are all made of clay and painted. The whole gun had a repaint job.

Some inspiration came from the anime Rin:daughters of mnemosyne. (it’s mature anime, for nudity and violence in case anyone gets any ideas to watch it.) Which was a little bit of a freaky anime but ultimately after it was all said and done I really enjoyed it.

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My Birdie Bertram by monsterkookies

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Steampunk Pen


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

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Photo & Edit : Aghil Hosseinian Sculptor : Hasan Novrozi

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