Saturday, June 2, 2012
First up, some eye candy in the form of over two dozen steampunk portraits by Rebeca Saray:
Most have been digitally manipulated to the point that you'd never know they started as photographs - and a few end up looking like the covers of cheesy fantasy paperbacks - but there's a lot more good than bad here.
Cheesy on the left, but super-duper awesome on the right. (Am I right?)
Even so, I found this before and after shot on Saray's blog to be the most fascinating of them all:
Katherine G. sent in this video, which she described as "charmingly dark." I'd say that description is bang on:
It's in French, so I have no idea what they're singing about, but the video has a nifty Burton-esque feel to it, plus a clockwork heart and some kind of Ent-like creature. So clearly you guys are going to like it. :D (And if any of you speak French, please post a translation in the comments for the rest of us!)
I've featured the octopus chandeliers of Adam Wallacavage before, but here's a new one:
For my fellow interior design lovers: 16 Submarine-Themed Rooms
And finally, the coolest steampunk belt buckle I have ever seen:
"Rosenstein's Galvanic Matter Transpositor Belt Buckle" $165 at Clockwork Couture
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