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.
This pen was crafted by coating the brass pen tube in black enamel, then bending and attaching individual watch gears to the pen tube. The tube was then cast in poly resin prior to turning, sanding, and polishing on my lathe.
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When working with metal, it takes a true master to breathe life into their artwork. Russian artist Igor Verniy does just that with his beautiful and elegant articulated steampunk animal sculptures. Their moving parts and Verniys attention to detail makes them come alive. A lot of work goes on behind the scenes before Verniy creates his artwork. He observes his creations living counterparts to ensure that he captures their movements just right. Then, he assembles them from various pieces of scrap metal old car parts, bike parts, clock movements, tableware, and anything else that fits.
I don’t update this blog thing as much as I should, but I had to throw this up. I finished Bioshock Infinite recently and it was an instant favorite…had to make a tribute that summed up how I felt about such an incredible game
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
DeathRay table lamp. Puts out a nice soft light. Great for a desk lamp or for mood lighting. About 20 inches tall. I made this out of found objects and put them together as a one-of-a-kind art object which also serves as a practical light.
These goggles have a black/ violet base coat with metallic silver highlights and pewter hued extension rings. Knurled nuts, thumb screws and a spring are attached to each ring with a rotating 10x magnifying loupe mounted to the left side. The right side is accented with silver dragon claw spike accents. They include 2-50 mm clear lenses, 2- 50 mm #3 shaded lenses, and an elastic headband. Thanks for browsing.
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.
The Art Donovan Steampunk Lighting collection will have you wondering if you’ve gone back in time. The inspiration for this line of lamps comes from Donovan’s steampunk art, and these functional oil lamps have an intricate character you won’t find in modern designs.
This keyboard features a mix of polished brass and aluminum in a stepped, layered, Art Deco style which was inspired loosely by the Deco design of the Chrysler Building. The name has a bit of a double meaning because in addition to the Chrysler Building being in New York and acting as an iconic symbol of the city, “New Yorker” is also the name of a model of Chrysler car.
This picture shows the captain of the Zeppelin in the back. Its a fantasy portrait made out of three single pictures: the portrait of the pilot, Cello Cellini, the steam-powered machine in the middle and the image of a zeppelin in the back. The strong spotlight is coming from a Nikon speed light flash which was placed on a tripod on the steam-powered machine. Christian Reding, the photographer of this portrait is based near Zurich, Switzerland. www.farbfoto.ch