TC Makers: Inside Will Rockwell’s Steampunk Workshop

Hidden amidst the winding pathways of Llewelyn Park, New Jersey, America's oldest gated community, steampunk designer Will Rockwell is building a future that never was. He began his career as a TV pro

Homemade Combination-Secured Flash Drive Is Steampunk Done Right

Once again, an example of how Steampunk can actually be pulled off. This one-off flash drive was created by a Russian guy, who modeled it in 3D, had the components cast or printed, and then assembled

"Rotary Mechanical" Cell Phone Concept Isn't Practical, But It Looks Great

<img src="" />Now, I'm as tired of steampunk as the next guy (unless the next guy works at BoingBoing), but that doe

Louis Moinet Astralis Watch

<img src="">New from Louis Moinet is the Astralis - a nice tourbillon based watch that is a bitch to photograph. I swea

This CD Player Is A Late Addition To The Steampunk Movement

This is either a steampunk CD player or an evil pneumatic crab. I’m hoping the latter of the two. Can’t you just picture a horde of the little guys angrily chasing after protagonist in a B

Cacheux Elephant Automatic Watch

<img src="">This is a watch that I really never thought was going to be made. It started out as a concept watch called the "Galibier" b

An Interview With Japanese Steampunk Artist Haruo Suekichi

Japanese watch maker Haruo Suekichi is famous for his unique, steampunk style timepieces. Each of the amazing watches is handmade by Suekichi himself, even though he doesn’t have any formal educ

Warren Lich concept trailer

Loyal readers, I give you a Steampunk Sin City concept made on 1000 Euros. Now if one of you could kindly tell me what in the world is going on in it? via [Dvorak Uncensored]

Here's a steampunk computer mouse for your enjoyment

<img src="">And you thought the steampunk movement died years ago. Nope, it's still alive and well in some circles on

Adding a brass hinge to your notebook does not make it steampunk

<img src="">Nice fix, fella, but did you know that most of the time you can tighten the lid's hinge? Oh, you wanted to be par

Steampunk broadcast controller will get you kicked off of the set

It’s hard to get much attention at major conferences and it seems that Hi Tech Systems has figured out a way to make a bit of a stir. They created a steampunk console that uses their own product

This mouse is made from a sheep skull

<img src="" alt="sheep" />Ah, wonderful -- skulls of dead animals used as interface devices for personal computers. My favorite! This time, we

This steampunk flash drive makes the meme sexy again

The steampunk movement is officially dead – except on Warehouse 13 – but this handmade flash drive is still eff’n cool. Apparently some of the gears even move when the flash drive is

Behold a steampunk guitar amp

<img src="" />If you're going to practice guitar for several hours a day, you might as well have <a href="http://steampunkworkshop

Construct your very own steampunk rifle

<img src="">This instructable is labeled as a "fancy steampunk blunderbuss rifle," but we won't go into the many reasons it isn'

Retrowerk Steempank watch for you, comrade? I have nice price!

<img src="">Listen, what you spend your money on in your own spare time is your own business, but I wouldn't <a HREF=

Act now & this $1,200 Steampunk keyboard could be yours!

Is this Steampunk keyboard, the Aviator, worth $1,200 to you? It looks unique, sure, but in my world a keyboard is a merely a tool; there’s no need for flashing, Las Vegas lights or clankity-cla

Steampunk phone does nothing useful, is very cool

Here’s a Steampunk phone prototype by designer Arthur Schmitt. You make calls using binary punchcards. Punchcards! There are also some dials and a metal grill-type earpiece. The backside of the devi

Steampunk Japanese watch: I'm over this meme

Haruo Suekichi made this. It is a watch. I am so totally over steampunk.

100-year-old Adix calculator: elegant, beautiful, and practical

Apologies to our friend from the Seattle meetup who hates steampunk; this was too great to pass up (and not strictly steampunk). This wonderful little machine was state-of-the-art in 1903, when it was
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