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DeviantArt is having a contest to create artwork that is both Steampunk and Impressionist. It should be interesting to see what people come up with. See more about the contest here.


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More Steampunk Paper Art from Philip Valdez

Victorian Mech

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You generally don’t think of cardboard and paper as construction materials for steampunk props, brass and copper come to mind, but this guy made a mechanical arm out of just that. And if you like that check out his blog from more interesting projects. His masks are pretty awesome.

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It’s difficult to tell, because I don’t speak Russian, but according to the Google translation this is a brandy holder/mulling device complete with a cigar holder. (Original Post)

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Lady Mechanika #0

Cover Art for Lady Mechanka #0

Lady Mechanika #0

List Price: USD$2.50
Est. Release Date: Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Writer: Joe Benitez
Artist: Joe Benitez
Publisher: Aspen Mlt Inc


Joe Benitez JOE BENITEZ DEBUTS HIS NEWEST THRILLING SERIES! The exciting adventure of Aspen’s newest female heroine begins here! The mysteries surrounding private investigator LADY MECHANIKA and her origin begin to unfold as she heads to a rundown city known as Satan’s Alley. Located on the lower eastside, it is an area of town under siege by the presence of a murderous creature of unknown origin.

While a weapons manufacturer has issued a reward for the unknown slayer, drawing a crowd of bounty hunters looking to cash in, Lady Mechanika’s purpose is far more personal – information that could lead to the truth about her creation.

Featuring a 13-page story that sets the stage for the brand-new LADY MECHANIKA #1 issue coming next month, make sure to get in on the ground floor of the next exciting series! Complete with an additional sketchbook section, never before seen art, and a stunning cover by creator Joe Benitez himself, this special #0 issue is not to be missed! LADY MECHANIKA #0 is in stores NOW!”


The tabloids dubbed her “Lady Mechanika“, the sole survivor of a psychotic serial killer’s three-year rampage through London. Authorities found her locked in an abandoned laboratory amidst an undeterminable number of corpses and body parts, her own limbs having been amputated and replaced with mechanical components.

With no memory of her captivity or her former life, Mechanika eventually built a new life for herself as a private detective, using her unique abilities to solve cases the police couldn’t or wouldn’t handle. But she never stopped searching for the answers to her own past.

Set in turn of the century England, a time when magic and superstition clashed with new scientific discoveries and inventions, Lady Mechanika is about a young woman’s search for her own identity as she solves other mysteries involving science and the supernatural.

Alternate Cover

Related Items:

Benitez Talks Lady Mechanika
Meet Lady Mechanika
VIDEO: Interview with Joe Benitez about Lady Mechanika

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Flyback Octagon Watch

Flyback Octagon Watch

I found this on Etsy today. They are handmade steampunk watches from Marianne Handcrafted Watch Studio You can see more of jha and Marianne’s stuff on their Etsy shop.

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From Bruce Rosenbaum’s steampunk home in Sharon, Massachusetts. A steam inspired media center.

In the top a mirror frame holds the plasma screen and below a late 1800’s fireplace insert, from a coal fired train station heater, hides the electronics.

For more information on this media center and a lot of other items in the home, take a look at the in depth article on SteampunkWorkshop.com.

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