Steampunk News round up 11/03/2015

Riccardo Tisci seduces with Victorian-inspired clothes at Givenchy Telegraph.co.uk It’s deeply revealing, probably, that so many designers find themselves repeatedly drawn to Victoriana – and not the twee innocence that the Victorians… Romeo and Juliet review – tweenage Shakespeare with a touch of steampunk The Guardian Emma Bailey’s striking designs place us in a world that resembles the Paris of 1968 with a touch of steampunk. The stage is dominated by a… Artist Spotlight: Steampunk sculptor Andrew Zahrndt The Newark Advocate Zahrndt creates three-dimensional steampunk art, using polymer clay to sculpt his creations and adorning them with all kinds of … Continue reading Steampunk News round up 11/03/2015

Steampunk news round up 05/02/2015

Georgetown’s First Steampunk-Inspired Bar Opens Friday Washingtonian.com (blog) The drinks and food, however, don’t venture into Steampunk’s post-apocalyptic realm. Latté Da returns to Hennepin with a steampunk ‘Oliver!’ Minneapolis Star Tribune Latté Da returns to Hennepin with a steampunk ‘Oliver!’ Article by: GRAYDON ROYCE … A steampunk-inspired “Oliver!” is the largest production so far. Project Exergy wants to build a home computer that also heats your house The Verge With its bundles of tubes, scrappy welding, and old-fashioned dials, Henry the computer looks like something from the backroom of a steampunk … Minecraft PS4 & PS3 Update Gives Players A Breathe … Continue reading Steampunk news round up 05/02/2015