Greenhouse with stained glass doors
What do you think of the new series on Amazon Prime and their approach on retrofuturism?
I just watched season 1 and was blown away by the enviroment that backs up the great story. It’s not necessarily steampunk, maybe a little bit more of teslapunk (with their take on electricity) and there’s the fantasy aspect, but I think it still matches the aesthetic and the idea of steampunk and retrofuturism:
How would the world be, when at some point, we would’ve gone the other way?
And what can we learn from it today?
It’s a great experimental thought!
I would love to hear what you think about the series or what you think about the general idea.
This post is a little bit different than my usual artwork posts, but I hope you don’t mind. It’s been a while since I started this blog and I would love to add a little bit more about the retrofuturistic mindset and add extras now and then, next to the artwork posts. So let me know, if you like it or not.
What could possibly be better than steampunk pirate Star Wars? Illustration by lovingit77, https://lovingit77.cgsociety.org/r9gr/han-and-the-gang-doi
A list of totally random and mixed words that are all frequently used in the steampunk scene.
Each with a small explanation or definition.
This way everyone knows what everyone else is talking about.
This is the second list of hopefully more to come, and for this I need your help.
If you are thinking of a word that would fit in a list like this, then let me know!
This is a pretty sweet rendering of a classy-looking steampunk car. Rendering by Marton Attila, https://www.artstation.com/artwork/oOearq