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Saturday, April 3rd, 2010
9:08 pm
[cyprith]
Trinket



I call it Little Miss Widow. It's about four inches in every direction, so it's perfect for the elegant ladies' costume. Mostly, I occupy myself with steampunk and I was getting a little bothered by the lack of weaponry that can fit on a bustle. But this Little Miss Widow is just the kind of gun that can fit into a garter strap.

More about Little Miss Widow here.
Thursday, August 6th, 2009
11:01 pm
[hollow_01]
Icons of Steampunk - Jordan Block of Sepiachord
Jordan Block of Sepiachord

This week on Dieselpunks.org

Our "Icons of Steampunk" series continues with a behind the scenes interview with Jordan Block of Sepiachord.

Music now for a past that never was.

Check it out at > http://www.dieselpunks.org/profiles/blogs/interview-jordan-block-of

Current Mood: excited
Thursday, July 30th, 2009
11:31 pm
[hollow_01]
INTERVIEW - Pulp Artist / Creator Tom Floyd
Tom Floyd's captain spectre

From The Spider and The Shadow to Conan and Flash Gordan, KNOW YOUR PULP Week at Dieselpunks is wrapping up with an interview with Tom Floyd, artist and creator of Captain Spectre and the Lighting Legion.

Two fisted rocketeer justice at its best.

Check out the interview and fresh artwork at Dieselpunks.org > http://www.dieselpunks.org/profiles/blogs/interview-pulp-artist
Thursday, July 9th, 2009
11:22 pm
[hollow_01]
ICONS OF DIESELPUNK - ixlrlxi

Icons Of Dieselpunk

ICONS OF DIESELPUNK interview on Dieselpunks.org


ixlrlxi - Master artist of the Streamline style


Digital illustrator ixlrlxi emerged from Soviet Russia to become one of the most beloved artists in the world of dieselpunk. His eye for the streamlined designs of the 1950's has lead to an impressive body of work, and yet he remains very humble. From his roots in art school to his service in the military, we got ixlrlxi to take some time out to explain what makes him tick.


Click here to see...



Current Mood: creative
Friday, June 19th, 2009
1:17 pm
[hollow_01]
Dieselpunks.org
Dream harder at Dieselpunks.org

Dieselpunk is a genre of art (and some would argue a sub-culture) that enjoys the aesthetics of the 1920's - 1950's; a time when diesel technology was king. A time filled with super spies, pulp heroes, robot villains, and gum shoes beating the mean streets. It shares its roots with Steampunk, but bridges the gap between then and now.

Whatever you call it, dieselpunk is a love of what the future used to be like.

If you like the cut of that, then we welcome you to check out our network of artists, musicians, writers, and movie makers. The site is updated with the latest in steamy and dieselpunks news/events at least twice a day, and features a weekly column every Friday devoted to the icons of our cultures.

It's free, so check out www.dieselpunks.org to play with the toys.



Current Mood: chipper
Sunday, January 27th, 2008
2:30 am
[hannahsarah]
Two Brooches for you:
I don't really do much of the dieselpunk stuff, but when I got inspired to do these two, I knew I needed to share with you.

The main backing gear still has traces of machine oil on it, as well as some nice and grungy solder work. It took me almost a month of layering to get the patina right on the brass globe, and the little airplanes look so cute zipping around!

The other one is listed here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/Steampunk-Pin-Brooch-Clock-Watch-Parts-Propeller-Spins_W0QQitemZ260206386639QQihZ016QQcategoryZ11007QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I hope you like them!
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