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Go under the sea with these cute octopus...er...octopii...plushy toys!!

This is a made to order, hand crocheted item. Ships via flat rate, USPS 2 Day Priority mail with tracking & insurance. Multiple orders and busy sales times may affect the 3-5 day processing time.

Hand crocheted with soft cotton yarn, this little Octopus is handmade in the Japanese style of "amigurumi". This plushy toy can be made in most colors--you pick! If you don't see the color you would like, please message me or include color in Note To Seller at Checkout.

Warning: Toy has small parts (2 safety eyes) so please consider with babies and small children. May not be suitable for children under 3 yrs.

Much thanks goes to to "You Never Know" blogger, Andrea VanHooser Womack. You can view her pattern here: http://youneverknow-andrea.blogspot.com/2015/04/amigurumi-octopus.html

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Steampunk Hot Air Balloon Mixed Media Art - 8"x10"

The foundation of this mixed media art is an 8"x10" wood artist panel. The background is heavily textured with layers of modeling paste. The piece is colored in purple, green, and gold. Chipboard gears add texture and a steampunk vibe. The hot air balloon is laser-cut chipboard and full of intricate steampunk detail. Finally, the piece is highlighted with rhinestones for a dash of sparkle.

This piece will look great in your home, and is suitable as a gift for a woman or a man.

Check out our other listings for more steampunk mixed media art.

Imperial Convoy

This once-retired fleet of imperial ships have been refitted with basic artillery to protect trade, diplomats, and the interests of the nobles across the imperial skies.

Jade Key Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

Gears turn and steam raises as bearer of the jade key approaches. The sleeping door awakens. What lies behind the towering gates?

Jade Key was created July 2014 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 10" by 14") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating this print will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print.

Court Band Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

In the past, skilled artists and performers were invited into the forbidden palace to perform in court, but this created a risk of assassins in disguise. There was also a problem with performances being too suggestive for the conservative traditions of the noble family. With the dawn of the steam dynasty, almost all court performers have been replaced by steam powered dolls.

Court Band was created March 2010 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 14" by 10") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

The original sketch James made when creating Court Band included a dancer but, alas, she didn't make the final cut.

Honors and Awards for Court Band:
Featured in DPI Design Star Special Issue 8
Displayed in Nova Albion Exhibition Santa Clara, California 2010
Published in Dark Beauty Magazine Issue 5
Awarded Vcon 35 Best Body of Work
Exhibited in Steamcon II Seattle
Showcased in WowMagz Issue 12

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating Court Band will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.

Night Patrol Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

Assassins and thieves that dare to enter the forbidden palace would be wise to avoid the night patrol. Stepping into the circle of light generated by the patrol robot will not only cause the ferocious steam hound to attack, but will also set off the gong and baton alarm that summons more guards to deal with any intruders swiftly.

Night Patrol was created April 2009 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 10" by 14") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

Honors and Awards for Night Patrol
Winning image of Digital Artist 2009 London - Concept Art category
Featured in DPI magazine Volume 121
Featured in ImagineFX magazine Issue 50
Will be featured in Spectrum Art Annual 2010
Featured in DPI Design Star Special Issue 8

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating Night Patrol will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.

Raccoon Express Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

A combination of steam ingenuity and street food culture, the Raccoon Express is a famous attraction of the Imperial City. A catchy tune performed by the chimney-bots signals its arrival and entices the public. A robotic cashier - human and steam-powered workers alike - cater frantically to a hungry crowd during its brief stop. Even the nobility welcomes the Express, for it allows them to sample the food of the peasants without trudging through the slums they consider well below their standards.

A pack of trained raccoons trail the Express, cleaning up any mess left behind by the hungry mob near the tracks. Indeed, they are more than happy to finish scraps off the containers and skewers before placing them into the bin.

Raccoon Express was created December 2013 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 10" by 14") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating this print will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print.

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating Raccoon Express will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.

Imperial Sheriff Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

The famed Sheriff of the Imperial City is practical, loyal, and has a strong sense of justice. He is also known for his fearsome metallic arm, the Iron Kirin.

Imperial Sheriff was created June 2009 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 10" by 14") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

Honors and Awards for Imperial Sheriff:
Semi-Finalist Image in Creative Quarterly 17
Featured in DPI Design Star Special Issue 8
Displayed in Nova Albion Exhibition Santa Clara, California 2010
Published in Dark Beauty Magazine Issue 5
Awarded Vcon 35 Best Body of Work
Published in Exotique 6 art Annual
Exhibited in Steamcon II Seattle
Showcased in WowMagz Issue 12

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating Imperial Sheriff will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.

Imperial Airship Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

The Empress's airship is big enough to block out the sun as it approaches a village. Leaving massive air pollution in its wake, it demonstrates the awesome power and corruption of the Imperial family.

Imperial Airship was created April 2008 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 14" by 10") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

Awards and honors for Imperial Airship:
Winning Image of the Warren Rogers Awards, New York 2009
Exhibited in Society of Illustrator New York 2009
Exhibited in Primo Piano Gallery Italy 2009
Published in Expose 7 (Digital Art Annual by Ballistic Publishing)
Semi-Finalist Image in Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2008
Featured in ImagineFX magazine Issue 34
Featured in DPI magazine Volume 121
Featured in DPI Design Star Special Issue 8
Headlining image for Nova Albion Exhibition Santa Clara, California 2010
Published in Dark Beauty Magazine Issue 5
Awarded Vcon 35 Best Body of Work
Exhibited in Steamcon II Seattle
Showcased in WowMagz Issue 12

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

Copies of the original sketches James made when creating Imperial Airship will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.

Crystal Herbalist Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

Using the steam powered alchemical furnace, the Crystal Herbalist fuses ingredients into a powerful, smokable extract. The powdered medicine is burned and inhaled while she measures the potency of each brew using her reinforced lungs and heart. Through the reflection of a mirror she looks within herself, assessing the lights and valves to calculate the effects of each new concoction. The very best results are offered to the Empress to continue her immortal reign. With so many recipes and ingredients to manage, she trained a pair of chipmunks to aid her in her work, and even requested the Imperial Inventor to engineer a steam-powered chipmunk to provide her with continuous assistance.

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating Crystal Herbalist will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.

Exorcist Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

The arrogant exorcist barges into action on the back of his menacing steam powered leviathan, modeled after Xuan Wu the Black Tortoise, one of the four ancient Chinese divinities. Ascending the stairs on the back of the tortoise's neck, the exorcist performs a banishment ritual at the altar atop the head of his mount. A family of owls have heeded the holy calling, inhabiting the tree that sprouted from the shell of the tortoise to house its young. Blessed scriptures, a golden bell and a Taoist mirror are employed to enfeeble the undead horde.

Criticized as being more of a showman than a holy man, this exorcist is loud, flamboyant and obnoxious. Many members of the summoner circle question the excessiveness of the clumsy vehicle if the exorcist's command over the spirits is well versed. The tortoise causes havoc in the village it is hired to protect, trampling the crops and collapsing their homes, earning the exorcist the nickname of "Turtle Egg", a Chinese slang expression that means bastard. However, none can question the efficiency in his combination of spiritual rituals and down right brute force.

Exorcist was created September 2012 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 10" by 14") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating this print will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print.

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning. To learn more about James and his work click here to visit his web site.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

Immortal Empress Chinese Steampunk Print by James Ng

Inspired by the Empress Dowager Ci Xi who ruled over the Qing Dynasty for nearly 50 years. The Immortal Empress, though she is now over a century old and has a head full of grey hair, still looks young and survives by staying permanently attached to the massive life support surging into her golden throne. She becomes part of this floating machine that she is attached to, being almighty and almost haunting.

Immortal Empress was created February 2009 by James Ng using pencil, charcoal, ink, Photoshop, and Corel Painter. The print is on B4 (approximately 10" by 14") coated paper and was printed in Hong Kong under the artist's personal supervision.

Honors and Awards for Immortal Empress:
Exhibited in Society of Illustrator New York 2009
Exhibited in Primo Piano Gallery Italy 2009
Featured in DPI magazine Volume 121
Featured in DPI Design Star Special Issue 8
Displayed in Nova Albion Exhibition Santa Clara, California 2010
Published in Dark Beauty Magazine Issue 5
Awarded Vcon 35 Best Body of Work
Recipient of Vcon 35 Artist's Choice Award
Exhibited in Steamcon II Seattle
Showcased in WowMagz Issue 12

James Ng (pronounced Ing) is a fast rising young artist currently residing in Hong Kong. Recently out of art school, James already has so many commissions that he is working around the clock and barely has time to collect the numerous awards his work is earning.

"The Chinese Steampunk series is a personal project where I try to merge Imperial Chinese designs and history with western steam works, the English Industrial Revolution and fantasy."

A copy of the original sketch James made when creating Immortal Empress will be included at no additional charge with your purchase of the print. Your print will be shipped flat, not rolled.