First of all, from Wikipedia, check out this illustration, "Maison tournante aérienne" (aerial rotating house) by Albert Robida for his book Le Vingtième Siècle, a 19th-century conception of life in the 20th century.
And here's a rather charming drawing from the Steampunk Magazine:
There are some amazing steampunk sculptures to oggle if not own. I rather like this one, Tim Wetherell's Clockwork Universe sculpture at Questacon, Canberra, Australia (September 24, 2009:
Or this strange object: Paul St George's Telectroscope installation at London City Hall (May 24, 2008):
Any arachnaphobes among us? If so, avert your eyes now from this rather beautiful Steampunk spider!
This is interesting: Decay of Time: steampunk art by Amazon Butterfly on Deviant Art...
And this, also on Deviant Art by darkroastedblend.com - Steampunk Motorcycles
This is rather beautiful: a steampunk art nouveau pendant at kaboodle.com:
This from blog.wingsofsteam.net: myths
I love this: Noir_steampunk_city_scetch_by_Hronicus.jpg
And I'd love to own this: Steampunk_Watch_Floral_V2_by_Aranwen.jpg
Or go the whole hog with a totally steampunk home!
800 × 395 - Dale Mathis Clockwork Table is apparently a “must-have” for any steampunk furniture collector
So, what do you love or hate out of these? Do you have a particular website or shop where you buy or just lust after steampunk goodies?