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What in Cthulhu’s name is this device

| 21. Oktober 2013

Hey all! I was made aware of a most peculiar device by my co-conspirator over at Clockworker. The device is this:   It was found in the Holbein Gymnasium in Augsburg, Germany, and thus far nobody was able to identify it, although it has been presented to a number of experts, all of which where […]

J.W.Kinsey’s Artifice – Third feature

| 14. April 2013

Now this is a first. To be more precise, this is the first time a website gets featured three times, but J.W.Kinsey’s Artifice truly deserves it. Mr. Kinsey is a master craftsman, creating one wonderful artifact after another, so it is with great pleasure I present the following gallery o his latest inventions (and a portrait […]

Art Donovan, Bellydance and an Ukulele

| 9. Juni 2012

Now if this headline did not grab your attention, I am not sure what will. The reason this combination came about is simple: I am a bit pressed for time and I am combining a number of art-related items into one bigger one. Let us begin. Art Donovan, author of the most marvelous and highly […]

Featured Inventor: Admiral Ravensdale

| 29. April 2012

Today I present to you an invention by a personal friend of mine. Admiral Ravensdale is one of the most active and renowned German Steampunk inventors and modders. This very likely means you have not heard anything about him until now. It also means that from now on you have no excuse anymore. So, without […]

Another Treasured Artifact by J.W.Kinsey’s Artifice

| 7. März 2012

This is already the third time I feature devices created by J.W.Kinsey’s Artifice on this blog. The first is here, the second here. Now, the master of Steampunk Lamp Designs has yet again send me another one of his creations: The Tessaquinary   So beautiful… One of these days, I have to plunder my savings […]

The Steampunk Mouse with a Brain

| 30. März 2011

One of the first images you can find on this blog is a picture of Datamancer’s converted laptop (it’s in the archive August 2008). Now the waves of the Ætherweb have brought me to the perfect accessory: The Brain-In-The-Jar Computer Mouse -No mad scientist should be without one The genius behind this creation is Peter […]

Steampunk Cyborg Anatomy

| 19. März 2011

In Lavie Tidhar’s Camera Obscura, one of the protagonists is the Marquis de Sade. In the novel, he is a stempunk cyborg. And Steampunk Cyborg is the keyword which brings me to today’s piece of art: The Steamunk Spine A chest is attached, too. Sort of. Now this is something I could well imagine being […]