Archive for 2012
Here’s a very dapper and distinguished steampunk Santa costume. Man, he looks classy.
This photo was taken by photographer Steven Saus, and posted on Flickr. It looks like it was filtered a bit in Instagram for a properly aged aesthetic.
Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas, Everyone!
Here’s an excellent steampunk Buzz Lightyear costume. Ha, so cool. I don’t really have any further information, other than this photo was taken at the San Diego Comic Con.
“To infinity and beyond, my good chap!”
[via Geek Tyrant]
Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer is back with a dandy new song! ‘Just Like a Chap’ is chap-hop at its finest, indeed. This is really great stuff. Both the song and the video are top notch, so fun. Very well done, good Sir!
Head on over to iTunes to pick up his albums, you won’t regret it.
Aiming to dazzle with dignity, Mr. B takes to the stage with his Banjolele and stiff upper lip to perform ditties of pipe-smoking, high society, Cricket and sexual misadventure, as well as some more well-known pieces from the world of Hip-Hop, re-worked in true Chap-Hop fashion.
Take a look at this gorgeous steampunk video by directors Adrian Lazarus and Nicky Felbert. Truly stunning! It was shot in a coffee shop in Capetown, South Africa. David, the coffee shop owner, already had a collection of steampunk costumes, and the team managed to produce this video for less than $1,000.
The piece is a fantasy video showcasing the fashion, the hats, the gadgets and the lifestyle that could have been the future of 19th Century steam culture, set in the future. The decadent nature of this steam era video, is portrayed with strong gun-slinging women, and rough grizzly men. The music from Moby suits the piece perfectly.
[via Nicky Felbert]