Steampunk fetish mask with goggles

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12 Responses to “Steampunk fetish mask with goggles”

  1. icepick method says:

    Not one of their better works imo. It looks half finished.

  2. Propnomicon says:

    Seeing quality work like this makes the gigatons of craptacular “steamjunk” being peddled seem even more pathetic.

    What happened to the attention to craftsmanship and materials embodied in some of the first steampunk items? Now there are hordes of imitators duct-taping a brass gear or a cheap octopus finding to Goodwill store castoffs thinking they’ve created art for the ages. I don’t know if I can take one more “Mr. Fitzcrapton’s Aetheric Concentrating Beam Expositor” slapped together from lamp parts and baling wire.

    Why must a fad with so much promise end so ignobly?

  3. dculberson says:

    These rivet placements are far too accurate for Sand People.

  4. Robbo says:

    Geez, Cory, if you wore that you’d look like one of the frickin’ Sandpeople.

  5. phillamb168 says:

    Sandpeople FTW?

  6. mrsomuch says:

    That looks like the garb from the graphic novel Nausicca – valley of the wind.

    sweeeeet!

  7. Robbo says:

    Oooooh! Nausicaa! Yes!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Fetish: an object or bodily part whose real or fantasied presence is psychologically necessary for sexual gratification and that is an object of fixation to the extent that it may interfere with complete sexual expression.

    So, you really like that mask?

  9. adonai says:

    I thought more a steampunk Nite Owl II…

  10. t3hmadhatter says:

    I was thinking Nite Owl as well…

  11. IWood says:

    I shall buy this mask so that I can be easily startled, but return in greater numbers.

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