A typewriter for a keyboard and a Steampunk-style monitor, that should be enough to make fans of the Victorian era happy. The set is custom built, with the customer getting to choose the keyboard, with the 20-inch flatpanel monitor built to match. A very interesting combo, at a very prohibitive price of $1439.
Designer Mikhail Smolyanov designed this Steampunk motorcycle by getting inspiration from racing cars of the ’20s. Named ARX-4, the concept motorcycle is powered by a V8 that powers the wheels directly by means of a drive shaft, rather than making use of the conventional chain link or belt drive.
Aiming to re-interpret R2-D2 in a version that offered “future in the old” (as translated by Google) artist Charles Leonard made this intriguing version of a monocle wearing Steampunk R2-D2. To be true, we’ve seen a good amount of Steampunk and R2-D2 creations, but how do you ever manage Steampunk without a monocle? That’s just not fair. Gears, cogs, brass, that’s all fine. But where are the monocles? Everyone should have monocles. This Steampunk R2-D2 has been made out of scrap metal, working with recycled wood, plastic and a few other materials. Also, monocles.
MorbidStix Steampunk controller for the Xbox would go very well for your love of custom gaming equipment and a desire for classic artsy looks. Plastic look on the controller has given way to a faux antique burl wood finish, copper rivet embellishments and brass finish for the buttons.
Things would have been real cool if we would have managed to make robots back in the Victorian age. Or if droids from a galaxy far far away had managed to land here on earth a long time ago. Since neither happened, we have to take solace in the delicious robot art presented by numerous talented artists.
Sure nothing beats creating a masterful Steampunk-ish mp3 player for yourself, but people like me simply don’t have the skill to pull off something like that. Yet we’re all drooly for Steampunk. The work of Will Rockwell, this Archos Vision mp3 player has the love of Steampunk in its design, and $350 on its price tag. Those who find this worth the money ought to know that Rockwell intends to build a series of mp3 players based on this very design.
You can always expect the Burning Man festival to throw up some of the most impressive artcars around. This fire breathing Steampunk octopus obviously isn’t one to be taken lightly, and by its idea alone this would qualify as a star of the show.
Another example of wonderful work by artist Jeff de Boer, these Steampunk rather Steam-fi dueling pistols would be the game turner in any space war that could ever be. These Steampunk guns are the most dangerous rayguns ever, and the most amazing piece of artist wizardry.