A wondrous world of gears and airships.
Because if street style is going to be fierce, it might as well be fierce. Designer Pink Absinthe creates truly stunning one-of-a-kind pieces.
You've heard much about the notoriously liberated festival, but what do you actually do there on a typical day?
Imagination doesn't need pre-fabricated sets! It's easy to see why some of these fan builds have won awards at the annual BrickCon.
Autobots, stoke your engines and roll out! Utilizing Victorian technology, Brian Kesinger re-imagines how citizens of Cybertron would look.
What's the proper Victorian term for badass? Please secure all top hats and monocles before gunning it.
It's never too early to raise the next generation of superfans. One day your kids will hate everything you like. Today is not that day.
DeviantArtist Wood-Splitter-Lee has done something magical here. Her fantasy-inspired creations make the prospect of wearing a belt pack less the vestige of a sad '80s trend and more the raiment of the urban heroine.
This post happened because reasons. Because sometimes you need a little more brass clockwork in your life.
A contemporary take on Victorian sci-fi, steampunk isn't just a pop-culture genre — it's also a fashion aesthetic and lifestyle. And its female adherents say it's especially awesome — even the corsets.
Also portrays Santa's workshop as a dystopian society where only the robotic frolicking of downtrodden giant elves alleviates the dreariness of life. Is there anything this teen menace won't ruin?
Crafted from recycled metal, useless auto parts, and various machines, this 8'2, 1102-lb steampunk Predator is undeniably bad ass.
You will never get to ride on this magnificent beast. Damn you, electricity and your siren song of efficient power!
Even with a bustle this outfit is more practical than half her regular costumes. Steampunk alternate universe, DC...I demand it.
If you've ever been curious what it's like to truly live like a steampunk--and honestly, who hasn't--you'll want to check out the amazing intricacies of this apartment in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood. Originally designed by Jeremy Noritz, the loft is now for sale for $1.75 million, as-is. What a steel.
Illustrator Serge Birault made this Wonder Woman with a steampunk tesla lasso.
Comic book writer Warren Ellis challenged his fans to come up with original, steampunky artwork for never-made silent Batman movies. These are but a few of the results, with plenty more over at the Whitechapel forums. Even steampunk haters (who are going to hate) should find these clever and well-executed.
Liquid lights are cool, funky and a little bit freaky. These lights, by Tanya Clarke, combine recycled pipes with hand-crafted glass drops and LEDs.
A pretty little short film about the pitfalls of immortality made for the CGSociety challenge: Steampunk – Myths & Legends.