The Nerf Maverick gun gets meaner and is no longer plasticky, thanks to Aimeekitty (nickname, of course) here who has created amazing Steampunk Nerf Guns. We are sure these pictures pretty much seal it for her, yet we cant contain the excitement and the admiration that we have for these designs. There are three variations of these guns in fact. One of them is the clocked N-Strike Nite Finder EX-3 (the others arent named yet). The splash of blue in the handles, the trigger and in the barrel too perfectly complements the bronzed appearance, giving the gun an ethereal aura. We, for a few seconds, had forgotten this is the same gun that traditionally splashed paint.
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
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.
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
D Mattocks’ monster creation is apparently 8ft tall. It’s unclear what operating system lies beneath, but the sheer amount of dials, taps, pipes and those glowing radioactive signs at the bottom are enough to make any Steampunk fan weak at the knees.
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Steampunk style ray gun made from metal and brass small hand held peace great for steampunk costumes. The Dr the Halberstadt ray gun
This is a mark four ray gun made by the Halberstadt Company in Germany during the period from 1915 to 1917. It was made for the officers of the German army during this time and was ranked as one of the best ray guns the army hand ever received. Though only made in small numbers there are a few that come up for sale now and again finding one in this condition is a rare find. Though we do our best at PBRobots to try and restore them as best we can.
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.
Modern Steampunk Monobike – London 1896 by Stefano
Seriously, this cat is so well-behaved. If you can put any type of clothing on a cat, especially headgear, I salute you.o, really, I have no tips for this at all. Cats can totally flip out when you put something on them.
You’re on your own, and if you try, I’ll probably see you next in the afterlife.
This USB drive is really one of a kind because when not in use it looks like a bottle stopper. Meanwhile, it glows blue while transferring data, reminding us of an old-fashioned divers helmet. Regardless of what you think it looks like, though, its one cool steampunk gadget!
Electromechanical time/date nixie clock from Geoff Tomlin (UK), built in 1969. The only semiconductors used are diodes!
Time is counted by a synchronous motor and series of gears, operating rotary switches. Day is counted by a uniselector driving a diode matrix decoder for the day nixies. Month is counted by a uniselector driving the month wheel, and another uniselector is used to determine the number of days in the month. A modified impulse counter is used for the year. 12/24 hour display selectable via rotary switch top-left.
This is my Steampunk lamp Diabolical Lamp “Rick” in honor of Rick Griffin the 60’s rock poster artist who created the eye-conic dancing eyeball poster.
This is a construction of three antique components. The Art Nouveau base once held a Loetz glass bowl. The exquisitely designed Aesthetic Japanese style brass ball is from a Victorian gas chandelier. The wrought iron finial is from a Victorian fence.
Long before we had spacesuits, we had diving suits. The ocean was the first hostile environment that we sent people into, completely covered with protective gear. And the suits that people created with late-18th century or 19th century technology are astonishing to behold.
If anything had that #steampunk look, it was this suit. I can’t imagine any sort of mobility in this outfit, but at least steps were taken in a new chapter of exploration. Creepy and cool, all at the same time!