Sunday, December 27, 2009


I have always been intrigued by the steampunk movement that seems to have started sometime in the 80's. Its sort of a cultish thing but it has been catching on and growing in interest.

Basically, steampunk is high tech gear driven and steam powered technology cased and embellished in old Victorian styling. It is the fantasy of "what if advanced technology were introduced to the old Victorians" and what would it look like. Antique, high tech.

Have a look at the video which discusses the latest Steampunk exhibit taking place at the Museum of the History of Science.


slommler said...

Great video! I too love the steampunk art pieces. They totally capture it's essence. Thanks for sharing!
Happy New Year

ALeks said...

Happy holidays to you and yours,loads of good love,luck and health,Aleksandra!

Hilary said...

Fun stuff. I've never heard the term Steampunk.

Julie Magers Soulen said...

My daughter clued me in a few years ago and I've been a follower ever since. Fascinating video!

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Shattered said...

I love steampunk! If you are interested, has some wonderful steampunk artists. I love looking there for new and unique pieces. I hope you had a wonderful holiday!

Daryl said...

Never heard of this before, fascinating video ... everything old is new again ... except me!

willow said...

How fun is that? I even love the word! Cool-cool.

Warm wishes for a fantastic 2010, Gary!

Phoenix said...

Awesome! One of my best friends is having a steampunk themed wedding in April - I can't wait to spend two hours taking pictures of all the amazing decorations they are gonna have!

...mmm... said...

Hsppy New Year, Gary!!

Anonymous said...

Soo kool and educational!!

Happy New Year Gary! =)

Anonymous said...

Here's a belated Happy New Year to you! Thanks for visiting my blog (yes, it was before Christmas... and my internet shut down, ugh!) So I'm back, temporarily. Just wanted to visit yours... love your photography, very unique!

Anonymous said...

fascinating. I hate to admit I have never heard of it before!