Company “Copper Cat Art Group” presents new design-product in the field
of Steampunk and Teslapunk: multitasking electronic
chronograph-alarm-thermometer Tempar Tesla with RGB-lighting!
Tempar Tesla is our tribute of respect to the memory of a great man Nikolo Tesla. 160th anniversary of his birthday all progressive humankind will celebrate 2016. And, of course, we could not be just simple observers!
By means of peculiarities of construction and original design we tried to reconstitute some of the spirit of invention and innovation of Tesla in our device, to reconstruct atmosphere of mystery and delight of the person untisipating Great discoveries.
Multitasking electronic chronograph-alarm-thermometer Tempar Tesla is an object of art and exists as a SINGLE copy. Assembling of the devices of the “Tempar” series is manual and goes through various stages of reassuring of quality and workability.
Steampunk 1860 Confederate Le Mat Black Powder Revolver Replica
This is a non-firing full metal LeMat Revolver replica which has been Steampunked. The original pistol was a 9 chamber .41caliber black powder gun and also fired 1-20 gauge slug or buckshot. It has a weathered metallic finish with great details and distressed brown finished plastic hand grips which have been enhanced with small gears. The hammer can be cocked and the trigger will release but it will not fire anything. A simulated grappling hook is attached in the lower barrel. It is an arrowhead that has been dulled but still has a slight edge so it must be handled with care. The slug chamber will also rotate but can not be removed and the black powder packing device moves also. It is a prop or for display only. This pistol is a handful and weighs in at approximately 3.5 lbs. No stand or holster is included. Thanks for browsing.
When you see something like this, and you’re a true lover of all things steampinkish, it gets your blood flowing. This is original, unique, cool, and definitely a great addition to any #steampunk collection. Very nice!
The Ironwork Laptop
This beautiful Japanese creation features a wooden space bar and the enter key has been replaced with a brass bell. It’s a fully-functioning computer, too (thanks to Brass Goggles for the translation). A stunning example – Steampunk at its finest…
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.
This is a pair of steam punk engineer goggles which have a red base coat and are highlighted with a metallic silver. They have nickel colored extension rings that are highlighted with silver colored stand-offs. Each eye piece is decorated with a distressed silver finished metal wing, chrome spikes, gears and chrome acorn nuts which are mounted to the sides. They include 2-50 mm poly carbonate clear lenses, 2-50 mm red lenses,and a black elastic adjustable head band. The lenses are removable and interchangeable. Thanks for browsing.
Take an original Underwood No. 5 typewriter, a Mini-ITX motherboard and a whole load of modding skill and you get a very powerful computer disguised as well, an Underwood No. 5 typewriter. Steampunk by default
These goggles have an aged dark copper finish with extension rings and spring apparatus attached. They include 2-50 mm clear lenses, 2- 50 mm #5 shaded lenses, 2-2" steel mesh inserts, and an elastic headband. Thanks for browsing.
Canada based artist Brendan Tang creates classical influenced vases infused with the kind of visual dynamism found in Japanese manga. First featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 6, Tang continues to develop his mecha-like ormolu which combine contemporary subjects with 18th century era ceramic art techniques. Over the years, his art objects have increased in size, as in his recent collaboration with artist Alex McLeod, and he has also branched out into digital drawings. Tang shared the concept behind these works in an email to Hi-Fructoese: We are the fish that are swimming through culture daily, he says. Tang is an artist between cultures himself he was born in Ireland of Trinidadian parents and is a naturalized citizen of Canada. Through his latest series of vessels, Tang exhibits his unique and combined perspective of modern culture and globalization. (by Caro )