Barely used anymore, pens have become stylish and luxurious writing instruments, combining innovation and design, with traditional craftsmanship, as well as reflecting the owners status. Heres a collection of one-of-a-kind steampunk pens that will make you stand out in the crowd.
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
Steampunk tophat Cybergoth Hard Rock Heavy Metal Top Hat Victorian Top Hat Men Hat Mens Hat Womans Hat Mad Hatter Alice in Wonderland Hat
Handcrafted Steampunk tophat Cybergoth Hard Rock Heavy Metal Top Hat Victorian Top Hat Men Women Hat Mens Hat Womans Hat Mad Hatter Hat Alice in Wonderland hat party hat, with genuine leather strips and rivets.
Decorated with black color genuine leather.
Metal accessories is the color of gun metal.
Basis poligraphic cardboard.
Size 56-57 cm.
Other sizes to suit your requirements.
Strong, easy to wear hat. Allow to realize your wildest ideas.
Shipping from Russia with love via Russian Post AirMail.
This is a pair of steampunk engineer goggles which have a black base coat finish highlighted with pewter. Each eye piece is decorated with a silver wing and gears which are mounted to the sides. They include 2-50 mm clear lenses, 2-50 mm #3 green shaded lenses, and an elastic adjustable head band. The lenses are removable and interchangeable. One of a kind. Thanks for browsing.
One of the Steamworkshops older creations, this USB drive is a real classic. The tiny, repurposed glass cylinder and leftover copper wire coil remind one of a light bulb. And indeed, the glass tail flashes red when transferring data. – See more at: http://1800recycling.com/2011/05/incredible-recycling-steampunk-usb-flash-drives#sthash.OPf7umA6.dpuf
here is my first Instructable, Its a beautiful Nixie Lantern clock, A little steam punk and a bit Victorian, made up of mostly of found components
I tend to communicate better when there is something to show so please look at the images and tags, they sometimes will hold more info than the body of text.
Here is a parts list….
-large slab of walnut 2″ thick by 36″ long and 12″ wide
-large slab of maple 1.5″ thick by 30″ long and 12″ wide, both found on eBay
-2″ diameter clear acrylic tubing .125″ wall about 12″ long, any plastic store and eBay.
-an assortment of gears and gauge faces / bezels, knobs and metal bits,
– A nixie kit, I highly recommend a seller on ebay who goes under the name…petes_kits, here is a link… petes_kits, http://shop.ebay.com/petes_kits/m.html?_trksid=p4340.l2562
he has to my knowledge the only nixie prototypers board out there that gives the experimenter options of screw terminals, solder pads and designated nixie patterned mounts for leads, not to mention he always answers and is there to help you out.
-you will need some basic electronic skills
-a multimeter with a continuity function (prefer an audible function).
-3 Blue leds
-A mill and lathe for custom parts, machining skills are very helpful
Like all children, I was fascinated by things and their mechanisms, why they move and what makes them move in a certain way. And when I could not figure out by myself I was frustrated and wanted to know the truth as soon as possible. This is how I decided to remove the back of a wall clock and see what was inside. I was simply;y stunned seeing so many gears and little pieces that seemed to work with a lot of ease. Well, I still remember what I saw then and this memory was brought back to my mind by this special Wall arrangement called Gear Wall Art with Clock.It is indeed wall art, as it was created to be a beautiful wall accessory and it looks really nice, I admit. But this artistic accessory also integrates a wall clock. It looks like one of Leonardo da Vincis works and still very modern, too. It is an industrial piece of work and is made of metal. However, it has a hand painted finish, which makes it look great. It works with one AA battery and you can purchase it for $149.99 from World Market web site.
All of the tech startups weve worked with are creative, out-of-the-box thinkers so when Fueledthe mobile app development companycalled us to help with their collective we were expecting the desired snack room, lounge areas and fun energy usually requisite of blooming companies. What we werent expecting was the rad specificity of owners Rameet Chawla and Ryan Matzners taste or the amazing idea behind the community. The Fueled Collective is an incubator that nourishes over 20 small start ups, encouraging engagement between different working groups. Knowing exactly what being a tiny new start up feels like, we immediately jumped on board.
Wanting to emulate Victorian London and the comfort of ones own living room, Homepolish designer Danielle Arps (with help from Payton Swenson and Homepolish cofounder Noa Santos) focused on cushy leather furniture, dark wood accents and subdued wall colors. Chalk drawings on the wall by Casey Opstad, crate shelving, and a lot of exposed light bulbs keep the space feeling comfortable and cozy. Of course the snack wall, chill out areas and excited attitudes of the employees are all included.
Fueled Collective perfectly represents everything we love about collaboration and their office design reflects our own creative partnership.
donesian artist Ono Gaf works primarily with metallic junk reclaimed from a trash heap to create his animalistic sculptures. His most recent piece is this giant turtle containing hundreds of individual metal components like car parts, tools, bike parts, instruments, springs, and tractor rotors.
Here’s a final photo of the “new” Steampunk Blunderbuss! from Johnson Arms & Co.
Made with the stock, barrel and trigger from a deactivated Mosin Nagant rifle. The rest are parts either found or fabricated by Jason Rawley (firebladecomics.com) and myself. I’m sorry the shoulder strap could not be more authentic looking, but we ran out of funds for the project. It can be improved when a better shoulder strap is found. 🙂
A steampunk pen made from watch parts is what this writing instrument is all about. Schimmel Fine Pen is a vintage watch parts steampunk pen that has successfully managed to amass the required funding goal at Kickstarter with almost a week’s time still to go. Made from the finest vintage watch parts, this writing instrument is unique in itself as it has a completely different look and feel when compared to other limited edition pens that we have so far. Since the watch parts like the watch face and small little gears had to be fitted inside the pen, so they needed to be deformed into a slightly roundish, contoured shape rather than the usual flat form factor.