For more than 25 years, Peter Szucsy, Hungarian illustrator and designer, dedicated his career to creating sinister beasts for video games. As a highly-skilled art director and artist, he created…
Kenyan inventors David Gathu and Moses Kinyua had to drop out of university due to lack of means to pay tuition fees. This did not seem to be a hindrance for these robotics enthusiasts.
They created a robotic arm made of several materials, including recycled wood, and controlled by brain signals.
Recently, a Japanese engineer was able to recreate models of the space war engines for his son. Basing his works on the eighties series of awesome model kits from Nitto Japan #SF3D
Designed by Japanese-based industrial designer FRISK_P, this is a spectacular Steampunk-inspired timepiece that will amaze anyone. It is called Automaton and justifies by name by continually writing and erasing the current time.
Good Ghost is the third Phantom motorcycle designed by Dirk Oehlerking, which was built in the Kingston Custom workshop in Gelsenkirchen. An evolution of the design of the previous two Phantoms he created, named White Phantom and Black Phantom, the Ghost was developed on the request of a famous custom motorcycle investor and collector, Bobby Haas.
Artist Patrick Cabral layers incised paper with decorative motifs to create dazzling sculptural portraits of wildlife
Patrick Cabral of Manila has created large sculptures of animals made out of thousands of layers of cut paper. These breathtaking and pristine sculptures take him months to compete, and are stunning in their detail and shape.
Mark Sanderson is much more than just a steam engine enthusiast. He has just shared some pictures of a steam bike he built himself over the last 5 years. If…
Gabriel Ø is the name given to this stunning steampunk style sidecar. Straight out of the imagination of Italian 3D artists Lorenzo Gestri and Marco Furlanetto. Their 2010 concept continues to fascinate fans of the Steampunk genre and beyond
A chess set in a ring! Absolutely Incredible! Creating an amazing item requires thinking out of the box. This was how Joe Turner was able to craft this wonderful piece…
Key pistols were popular from the 17th century until about the mid-1800’s, and were used primarily by jailors. If a captive became too aggressive and tried to get out while the jailor opened the door, he could simply fire through the key hole.