An incredibly complicated composition. I used everything I know about neo-classicism to produce this piece with two stories within a greater theme. The woman is wearing a mask, which in some parts of Asia are worn on the back of the head because local tigers refused to attack anyone from the front. I do sell prints of her here: [link]
Due to the extremely high interest/demand of my last rings, I decided to make more. You can view the first batch here:
These rings are priced at $10 each. You can find them for sale via my etsy store, or you can note me directly (I actually kind of prefer you buy direct so I get a slightly larger cut of the money, but if you want the safety of etsy, I understand. The link is here: [link] )
Professor Tursiart's Ray Pistols and Accoutrements [link]
Please join us in welcoming Sargas Prime's newest agent all the way from China... Cai Jiang. She has danced upon the Affinity Bridge of Fengdu and battled Tick-Tock Tigers in Wuhan. She stole the Omega Engine from Fu Manchu himself, which earned her the nickname, "Ghost." I caution you to treat her well because you will not see her coming if you don't.
I did the main figure last year and as with Steampunk Sally, just didn't like the background. So I've made some tweaks and voila. The print will be on sale soon and please, let me know what you think!
Nuts & Volts is proud to present the newest Steampunk iPhone dock from artist Jonathan Alberico. This stunning hand crafted piece is an original design constructed from scavenged items including a brass horn and vintage wood retrieved from a 200 year old barn.
This dock perches on any wall and hangs elegantly. It is perfect for small rooms but does get loud enough to fill the largest room in your house. This is a truly Steampunk amplifier and features no additional electronic components other than your iPhone 4/4s. This dock is inspired with a nautical theme and shows the wear and weathering of a piece perched within Captain Nemo's personal quarters as he ventured 20,000 leagues under the sea.