Steampunk Magazine is a new $3 print/free PDF zine celebrating the steampunk aesthetic with fiction, art and articles. The premier issue is truly a thing of beauty with
fiction by an interview with Michael Moorcock, a HOWTO for "electrolytic etching," and some very tasty use of recycled, gloomy Victorian woodcuts. Bravo!
Before the age of homogenization and micro-machinery, before the tyrannous efficiency of internal combustion and the domestication of electricity, lived beautiful, monstrous machines that lived and breathed and exploded unexpectedly at inconvenient moments. It was a time where art and craft were united, where unique wonders were invented and forgotten, and punks roamed the streets, living in squats and fighting against despotic governance through wit, will and wile.
Even if we had to make it all up.
(via Warren Ellis)
Steampunk Star Wars
Beautiful steampunk laptop
HOWTO make a steampunk keyboard
HOWTO make etched brass steampunk journals
HOWTO make a steampunk spinning-wheel
Steampunk walking robot
Steampunk cartoon from SciFi channel: Amazing Screw-On Head
Homebrew mechanical steampunk lion from Belgium
Steampunk weekly serial - handsome editions
Ukrainian steampunk plane
Steampunk casemod with a "furnace"
Steampunk submarine free paper toy
Steampunk/dead media photoshopping contest
Brighton's steampunk rolling sea-platform
New York's steampunk pneumatic subway
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