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Tag: Steampunk

Hydraulic Steampunk Crossbow Not Actually Hydraulic, Still Awesome

Hydraulic Steampunk Crossbow Not Actually Hydraulic, Still Awesome
If you need a new piece of steampunk weaponry, check this out. It’s an awesome streampunk Nerf crossbow made by Gabe Genway. The next time you organize a victorian big game hunt take note. If you make one half as good as Gabe, you will be the steampunk king.

Mechanical Hand Lets You be Steampunk Sabertooth. Or a Messy Eater

Mechanical Hand Lets You be Steampunk Sabertooth. Or a Messy Eater
Whether you need one for cosplay of you just want really large fingers, Ivan Owen can give you a hand. Literally. Owen runs ChainCrafts, an Etsy store that specializes in armor, costumes and jewelry. His most intriguing product is the mechanical hand that’s twice the size of a human hand.

Star Wars Lightsaber Flashlight: The Empire Steampunked

Star Wars Lightsaber Flashlight: The Empire Steampunked
Jen of Cake Wrecks – the chronicler of confectionery catastrophes – is also a recycling Jedi. She and her husband John made this steampunk lightsaber out of an old flashlight. It doesn’t emit a straight beam of plasma, but it still makes for an awesome cosplay accessory or night light.

Datamancer Steampunk Laptop 2.0: A Gamer’s Laptop in Shelf’s Clothing

Datamancer Steampunk Laptop 2.0: A Gamer’s Laptop in Shelf’s Clothing
We’ve featured Richard Nagy aka Datamancer’s steampunk laptop before, but like most modern gadgets, Datamancer’s products evolve. Unlike most modern gadgets, the second revision of his laptop is encased in wood and adorned with brass and gold.

Clacker Steampunk Desktop Still Runs on Electricity

Clacker Steampunk Desktop Still Runs on Electricity
If you liked modder Datamancer’s steampunk laptop, you’ll go crazy over this datamanced desktop suite. The Clacker includes not just the computer itself but also a monitor, keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, speakers, table and chair. So put those coins back in your piggy bank.

Steampunk LEGO X-Wing and TIE Fighters: A Long Time Ago… in the 1890s

Steampunk LEGO X-Wing and TIE Fighters: A Long Time Ago… in the 1890s
Check out these LEGO steampunk X-Wing and TIE Fighters. They were created by Sean Jensen and they each sport an amazing design. He has really captured that steampunk style that is so hard to get with LEGO bricks.

Goliathon Steampunk Nerf Gun Seems to be as Heavy as a Locomotive

Goliathon Steampunk Nerf Gun Seems to be as Heavy as a Locomotive
Built by Professor T. Lemetry, the Goliathon is the result of weaponizing “all the horsepower of a full-size steam locomotive”, resulting in a gun so powerful it can “level a building, down an airship, or turn a man inside out.”

Rage + Steampunk + Laser = Awesome Pistol

Rage + Steampunk + Laser = Awesome Pistol
Handheld weapon maker Patrick Priebe aka AnselmoFanZero is back with another laserrific armament. It’s a revolver with a design inspired by the Settler Pistol from the FPS game Rage, but with less grime and more brass.

4M Retro Wooden Computer: HAL 1000

4M Retro Wooden Computer: HAL 1000
The 4M is another retro wooden computer from Swedish artist Love Hultén. Unlike his earlier creation Sputnik 0667, which was an all-in-one PC, the 4M has a more conventional tower and monitor set up. Hulten counts steampunk and HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey as the influences behind this lovely computer.

iCog Hades Keyboard for iPad Takes Your Typing to a Different Century

iCog Hades Keyboard for iPad Takes Your Typing to a Different Century
Your 3rd Gen iPad may be the newest tablet on the block, but you can instantly make it look a few centuries old by stuffing it inside the iCog Hades.

eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness: Steampunk Computing at Its Finest

eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness: Steampunk Computing at Its Finest
Despite all its brass and wood bits and bobs, this retro-fantastic machine hides beneath its surface a fully-functional iMac. The eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness is the creation of David Lee of Hatton Cross Steampunk, and it’s definitely one of the best looking steampunk computer mods I’ve seen.

Steampunk Portal Gun: Steeeeeaaaaaaaam

Steampunk Portal Gun: Steeeeeaaaaaaaam
Aperture Science was founded during the 1970s, but if its scientists started work on the Handheld Portal Device in 1870, this is what the gun might have looked like. I must say, I’m liking this junkyard look more than the sterile original.

Own Justin Bieber’s Steampunk Robot Arm

Own Justin Bieber’s Steampunk Robot Arm
I didn’t even know that Justin Bieber had a steampunk robot arm, but then again, I don’t really follow the Biebs. I’m not exactly in his target demo. Apparently, he donned this curious bit of steampunk wear for a photo shoot and a holiday music video a few months back.

Steampunk NERF Rifle: A Staple of 19th Century Tomfoolery

Steampunk NERF Rifle: A Staple of 19th Century Tomfoolery
deviantART member vanbangerburger put together this trinket-filled steampunk weapon using a NERF rifle, some acrylic and spray paint and then attached “pretty much whatever” he could find to it. I’m disappointed that he didn’t find a cat.

Steampunk Heels with Lace, Jewels, and LED Lighting – What More Can You Ask for?

Steampunk Heels with Lace, Jewels, and LED Lighting – What More Can You Ask for?
Statement shirts, statement earrings, statement necklackes, statement doormats – all sorts of stuff that make a statement are everywhere these days. Statement shoes have long been in fashion as well, but I think I just saw the pair that make the loudest statement ever.

Steampunk Telephone: 1890 Called, They Want Their Phone Back

Steampunk Telephone: 1890 Called, They Want Their Phone Back
If you have an aversion to modern technology and it’s lack of style and sophistication, then check out this Victorian era replica phone. It should go perfectly with your other Steampunk decor.

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