Daily picks for 31st Jul 2019

Here are our selection for 31st Jul 2019. Enjoy!

Yanto Kusnawijayanto

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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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Steampunck Wonder Woman

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Vintage Industrial Desk Lamp by DW Vintage


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.

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Mitzy the Steampunk Dog


Designed and built by Will Wagenaar, mostly out of recycled metal parts, Mitzy has an antique camera and binoculars as a head, rusty wheels and a spring tail that actually wags if you flick it. As I said, of youre looking for a high-tech robot dog, Mitzy is not for you, but if its a Steampunk dog youre after, you wont find a better one.

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Daily picks for 30th Jul 2019

Here are our selection for 30th Jul 2019. Enjoy!

Unique Repurposed Phone Charger and Lamp


Unique Repurposed Phone Charger and Lamp. Meet T.Ed

Mechanical Violins

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The Gears and Gun


by ~reinfall on deviantART

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Steampunk Dog Costume


Heres an excellent painting of a steampunk dog. Very nice! The artist is Splendid Beast and this painting is up for sale. Its hand painted oil on canvas, and it could be yours for only $99.

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Steampunk Table


The work of Cory Barkman. Industrial revolution furniture, sculpture, and design. Not your standard Steampunk, indeed.

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Daily picks for 29th Jul 2019

Here are our selection for 29th Jul 2019. Enjoy!

Girl with steampunk guns and top hat

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Super Villainess Harley Quinn Steampunk Goggles


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.

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Mine chair


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.

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Clocks by Marcel Boonen

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Daily picks for 28th Jul 2019

Here are our selection for 28th Jul 2019. Enjoy!

Red haired girl cosplay Hydra & Sylesia

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Jay Choi

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Model : Natalia Filvarova – Photographer : Aleksandr Pichko

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Steampunk Tinkerbell by Cherry Garcia

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Steampunk Lights

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Daily picks for 26th Jul 2019

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

Steampunk Biro Pen


Created from wood from all over the world – whitest hollywood, african blackwood, bloodwood, pink ivory, mahagony etc

Designed by Absynthe Design

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Steampunk Bird


One of Zeb’s more whimsical (and less lethal!) creations. A steampunk bird. Bird facsimile to taunt us after the birds are long dead from extinction by humans

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Steampunk Cell Phones of Ivan Mavrovic


Croatian artist Ivan Mavrovic turns modern technology into steampunk gadgets that still retain their functionality.

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Steampunk Electronic Pipe

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steampunk spider


steampunk spider

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Daily picks for 25th Jul 2019

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

Rostislav Zagornov

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Cardboard flying machines and sculptures


Daniel Agdag’s latest collection of cardboard flying machines and sculptures.

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The DialupPC


“A Skype, MSN voice chat-ready (and now Google talk) PC with a retro twist.” The phone, box and decoration are all antiques, the insides are state of the art (or they were in 2004, when Skype was only up-and-coming).

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Victorian Mechanical Bugs – Whale Man

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Daily picks for 24th Jul 2019

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

Steampunk TESLA gun Victorian

Dmytriy and Aleksandra Bragin Kharkiv, Ukraine

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Fountain Pen


Created from wood from all over the world – whitest hollywood, african blackwood, bloodwood, pink ivory, mahagony etc

Fountain pen, designed by Absynthe Design

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Daily picks for 21st Jul 2019

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

Steampunk TESLA gun Victorian scifi pistol ZOMBIE

Leather Chair

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Victoria Brown Bar, Buenos Aires, Argentine

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Post apocalyptic camper van


Not technically steampunk – but we love it none the less 🙂

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Daily picks for 20th Jul 2019

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

“water drops” lamp


Tanya Clarkes Liquid Light, glass water drops illuminated by LED lights, created out of recycled pipes and plumbing parts.

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Steameye Steampunk Mod

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Electric Bike


Vintage Rustic Electric Bike called Mental manno is our transport to Past!

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Steampunk Workshop Flat-Panel LCD Monitor


The Steampunk Keyboard looked terribly anachronistic sitting in front of my Dell 1907FP flat panel monitor and while I hesitated to tear open a $300 monitor that was still under warrantee, art must be served.

Inside I found that the whole thing was encased in steel sheet. I rejected the idea of re-making all of the pieces in brass and went looking for some paint that would give a nice effect. I settled on a nice gold metallic from Rustoleum with a thin coat of brown Krylon Crystal Color to give it an aged look.

ot too bad! The finish is a good match for the 19th Century gas lamp arms that I bought from Sequential Glass. It was, in fact, these arms that inspired this project. As soon as I opened the box they came in I knew instantly what I was going to do with them.

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Wall Sconce Lighting


By the Machine Age Lamp company.

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Daily picks for 19th Jul 2019

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

DIY Sonic Screwdriver


Last Halloween my oldest son Colin dressed up as the Doctor from Doctor Who and I # together a Screwdriver for him from bits of junk I scrounged up in the garage. Upon seeing the Sonic Screwdriver my youngest son Sam decided he had to have one. Sam however declared that his screwdriver needed to work- he wanted more than just a cool looking prop.

He wanted a functional Sonic Screwdriver.

The neat thing about this project is you can easily tailor it to include all different kids of sensors to learn about the world around you. Inexpensive accelerometers, altitude sensors, barometric pressure sensors, GPS sensors, etc. are all readily available and you can make a custom Sonic Screwdriver to house whatever sensors you want.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Gyrotourbillon watch


Jaeger LeCoultre Gyrotourbillon watch, only $400,000. That thing in the bottom, the Tourbillon, spins on two axes to counteract the gravitational forces on the watch.

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StarkSparrow


Steampunk Monkey Nation is a series of illustrations by Austin, Texas-based artist Chet Phillips featuring primates dressed up in military gear. Prints are available to purchase online at his Etsy store, ChetArt. Previously, weve written about Chet and his creative collections of artwork.

Each of these stalwart monkeys and apes utilize specific weapons, clothing and support equipment in order to complete their challenging and dangerous tasks and missions.

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Piece by AllNatural Arts


This beautiful piece was designed by Sue Beatrice, from “All Natural Arts”

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Maria Mikheeva


Stuff that happens to be done by Zeldalina on DeviantART among other things.

If you want to help me out, you can click on the Donate button below and/or buy commissions and/or support my Patreon from me so that I can pay for classes and other necessary things.

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