Traveler's Steampunk Blog

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DIRIGIBLE DAYS EP 5 – What Has Sunk May Rise

| 15. Januar 2013

Alas, the final episode of the first season of Dirigible Days. Let us pray to Great Cthulhu there will be more to come:

Skepticism – The New Miracle Life Cure!

| 8. Dezember 2012

Steampunk out of South Africa – quite erotic, actually

| 18. Oktober 2012

This came in through the ætherbox today and I am quite delighted. A Steampunk-themed video with a lot happening in it. Despite all the things you can see in it, the overall feel is chilled and there is more than just a pinch of erotica in there. See for yourself:

Slightly whacky Dieselpunk shortfilm

| 27. April 2012

Cudos to my friend Lord K for finding this perfect piece for Fun Friday: A slightly odd short movie about a bunch of guys going on a treasure hunt for Thor’s hammer Mjolnir. Please enjoy:   There must be something in the air of Scandinavia. All these crazy-cool ideas they come up with.  

Dirigible Days – Steampunk Webseries with Cthulhu Cultists

| 4. Februar 2012

Look what devious, unnamable thing was delivered into my ætherbox:     Now is this one epic piece of a teaser-video or what? Not only is it Steampunk, no, there is a Cthulhu Cultist on board! Let us hope and pray to the Great Old Ones  Dirigible Days takes off. I have already signaled my […]

Steampunk Yuletide

| 25. Dezember 2011

Sharing the Pain

| 6. Dezember 2011

A friend of mine shared this on the well-known ætherweb gathering place remotely connected to libraries (as far as the name is concerned). Now it is time to share the pain. It really made me cringe but it is also bizarrely amusing: And speeaking of bizarre, another friend of mine pointed my attention to this […]

Fun with a train on the train

| 5. Oktober 2011

I frequently travel into the Black Forest on business, seriously, I do. About once every two weeks. What I do there, in the Black Forest? Well, I have things to do there… That is all I say. On the way there, I have on several occasions spotted something rare and beautiful, but the glimpses have […]

Ghostfire – More Great Music

| 19. September 2011

Admittedly, it is getting harder and harder to impress me when it comes to steampunk related music. After being honoured with reviewing such notable works like Steampowered Stories by The Cog is Dead and the works of Abney Park and Veronique Chevalier in general I am always a bit worried I could get my hands […]

This one is all about readers’ feedback

| 8. September 2011