Check out the Trailer for Frankenstein’s Monster, A Steampunk Adaptation of Shelley’s Classic Tale

There are a lot of short Steampunk films out there, but the folks over at First Step Cinematics tried their hand at a full-length Steampunk adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic tale. Here’s the synopsis: “A steampunk film adaptation of Mary … Continue reading Check out the Trailer for Frankenstein’s Monster, A Steampunk Adaptation of Shelley’s Classic Tale

The Derring-Do Club and the Empire of the Dead first chapter, by David Wake

CHAPTER I Miss Deering-Dolittle It was during Latin that the Austro-Hungarians arrived with their dogs and zombies to kill everyone at the Eden College for Young Ladies.  As the lesson started with the conjugation of ‘amo’, Miss Earnestine Deering-Dolittle lifted … Continue reading The Derring-Do Club and the Empire of the Dead first chapter, by David Wake

British steampunk photographer exhibition

Gary Nichols, a British photographic artist taking the steampunk world by storm, is preparing to release the first tranche of his conceptualised neo-gothic fairy story eponymously based on the Victorian fairground attractions of The Imaginarium. This fantastical tale celebrates the redemption of one woman’s journey from ruination to salvation. Gary doesn’t just take photographs. He uses photographs to create art. Three of his original composite images have been chosen for an exhibition in New York City (between 25 July and 10 September) while he will be displaying the first chapters of The Imaginarium at “The Asylum” – the largest purely … Continue reading British steampunk photographer exhibition