This cool Doctor Who inspired Victorian TARDIS dress makes me wish we finally had a female Doctor to wear it on screen, though any of the Doctor’s companions would look fantastic in this dress from LoriAnn Costume Designs.
A while back, we shared some of Greg Peltz’s Victorian Star Wars portraits, which made our favorite characters into Victorian gentlemen. Though at the time, we didn’t find the droids we were looking for.
I’ve never really thought that Star Wars characters could go out in public without shooting a few stormtroopers or using a lightsaber, but these new paintings by Greg Peltz would definitely allow Chewbacca to go out in style
The original idea came from Robert Mackenzie who created a cool-looking portrait of Chewbacca with a monocle.
Do you miss the scientific quackery of the early 18th century? Then have I’ got a deal for you. This phrenology head is the perfect way to figure out what’s wrong with your brain – as long as you don’t care if it’s wrong 100% of the time.
Perfect for wannabe charlatans, this Phrenology bust is actually a reproduction of the original “medical” evaluation tool used by Phrenology madman L.N.
Described by its creator as “Victoriana meets Glam Rock,” this is definitely a contender for wildest laptop case ever. One part pre-bought hard case, one part rhinestones, and one part pom poms equals all parts awesome… and completely unique.
Craftster onceupon was happy with her laptop case until one day when she thought that everything just might be better with pom pom trim.
Steampunk-inspired computers and accessories are becoming popular themes for modders, and even so, this particular keyboard stands apart thanks to the sheer creativity of the approach. Also? Plaid. Who doesn’t like plaid?
Gone is the dark, brassy look of most of the steampunk mods we’ve seen; Markus’s keyboard is old, battered and faded, but still noble somehow.