I’ve posted several versions of Steampunk Batman in the past, and here is yet another splendid take on the concept.
Don’t you love the mustache? This steamy caped crusader was spotted at the recent Baltimore Comic-Con. Great outfit… my only criticism would be a bigger, steamier utility belt, perhaps. Just a minor nitpick, it’s hard to tell as his hands are in the way.
Artist Mike Libby makes these fascinating steampunk insects out of old watch parts. Really gorgeous work!
These critters are for sale, but not through a typical online shopping cart. Interested buyers need to email Mike directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m curious what these go for, I think I’d like one for my desk!
Borrowing from science fiction and fact, Insect Lab customizes real insect specimens with antique watch parts and other technological components. From ladybugs to grasshoppers, each is individually hand adorned, and original- a unique celebration of the contradictions between nature and technology.
A steampunk kung fu mystery? This movie sounds too good to be true.
Admittedly, I don’t see steampunk in the above trailer, just some great martial arts and humor. But this film has been heavily promoted as being steampunk, dubbed “Crouching Tiger meets Sherlock Holmes… only a lot more fun.”