50 Creative Examples of Vintage and Retro in Web Design Web design trends change with the wind – what is popular this year will undoubtedly not be popular next year. There is only one web design style that you can rely on and be deemed timeless – and that is the Vintage style. And alongside that, and similar in style, there is the permanently cool and always creative – retro(ism). Vintage and retro should not be categorized as a style – they are much more than that. They are a movement in themselves and a bold and creative statement that is unparalleled with any other other web design style. This article is a homage to these styles…
A Visit to a Steampunked Home If you dropped by my house you'd probably be disappointed. Because (with the exception of my office, which is more post-apocalytic than anything else) it's simply not very steampunk. I do have plans, but none have come to fruition. However, a couple of weeks ago I was invited by Bruce Rosenbaum to visit his home in Sharon, Massachusetts and what I found there was just stunning! Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum started ModVic (Modern Victorian) Home Restoration in June 2007 and have now moved onto steampunk Home Design. Brass Goggles:The lighter side of Steampunk Posted by proteus on December 23rd,2013 Two things I love in one photo: [via Brian Kesinger’s Tea Girls] Posted by proteus on October 17th,2013 A Steampunk Badminton tournament sounds like a fantastic idea. Posted by proteus on October 11th,2013
New Theme for Smashing Magazine This theme was conceptualized and designed for Smashing Magazine. It's a free WordPress theme and comes with a couple of goodies, such as two variants (HTML and HTML5), CSS2.1 and CSS3, all designed with progressive enhancement in mind, meaning, Internet Explorer users will get a nice layout as well, albeit with a fewer enhancements. The design is usable, friendly, warm, and aimed at users who're looking for a sleek, warm, and inviting blogging theme that is easily set up and configured without hassle. To make things easier, I've included a readme file that explains every single step to bringing the theme to life. Miss Betsy's Steampunk Monitor If you visit the google library in these days, the librarian will find plenty of articles and depictions of so called "Steampunk Monitors". In my imagination though, I envisioned the creation of a device that could show static but also moving pictures generated by means of computation and modulation of waves generated by my ingenious new invention.... (Any resemblance to devices used in "City of Lost Children" is purely coincidental). I also wanted to add "loudspeakers" (E. Siemens et al.) to the device to present an even more pleasurable experience. The device will be able to reproduce sound and static/moving pictures and will be powered by another invention of mine , based on the works of my fellow researchers Nikola Tesla, using hyper-condensed steam applied to a turbine by the same name, Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta and Michail Osipovich Dolivo-Dobrovolsky, able to produce alternating current in the amount of 110 Volts.
Exceptional Exhibition Artist and designer Greg Broadmore is the creator of Dr. Grordbort's a retro-science fiction universe of rayguns, rocketships and raw male idiocy. Lead conceptual designer on the film District 9, he has also worked on King Kong, The Chronicles of Narnia and Black Sheep amongst many others in his 10 year career at New Zealand's Academy Award winning Weta Workshop. From simple beginnings, Broadmore's creations have taken on a life of their own.
A N A C H R O N A U T How to Order: View the log of previouly made falls. Single Falls Pigtail Falls Tabbed Falls Wearers Gallery Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org detailing what you would like. Orders can often take time to get to, I will inform you as soon as I'm able to begin work on your order. Pricing: I now require a deposit of half the amount before I begin work but not before I'm able to begin on your specific order. What is Elfpunk? « STEAMED! July 19, 2010 by suzannelazear I’m going to interrupt today’s regularly scheduled Steampunk post to speak of something I hope you find interesting. Right now I’m working on a non-Steampunk story (*gasp* Oh, the blasphemy!) steam punk workshop UPDATE: There's some great information on this page and it's comments, but I've recently published a far more comprehensive article here: Etching Tins with Salt Water and Electricity With this project I wanted to try a number of new things: Magazine pages as cheap toner transfer mediaCopper electroplatingEtching Altoid tins with a salt water solution
Retro-Technology Update Vacuum Tube Radio / Interior Design Piece One obscure shop in Japan sells these: An alarm clock with all its cog-wheels spilling out....from the same store: Speaking about cool steampunk-ish clocks, these ones go on your computer desktop. Recently you could buy on Ebay this cool Cold War-era Russian phone(from a subterranean nuclear bunker): - but it would only work if you speak in Russian.
How To Create Steampunk Interior Design Steampunk theme makes for a unique home decor look. Steampunk culture has inspired many designers to create stylish and functional pieces in steampunk aesthetic that can be used to create themed interior design. To create steampunk home decor look into steampunk home furniture, decorations and accessories. Steampunk Color Scheme
Lantern Clock Hello All here is my first Instructable, It’s a beautiful Nixie Lantern clock, A little steam punk and a bit Victorian, made up of mostly of found components I tend to communicate better when there is something to show so please look at the images and tags, they sometimes will hold more info than the body of text. Here is a parts list.... -large slab of walnut 2" thick by 36" long and 12" wide -large slab of maple 1.5" thick by 30" long and 12" wide, both found on eBay -2" diameter clear acrylic tubing .125" wall about 12" long, any plastic store and eBay. Desktop Terrarium with Night Light Almost every Steampunker has the same problem, to finance all the big projects in your head you must sit many hours on your desk to earn the money. Often the office is dismal and grey. This is quietly no place for an awesome mind.