Steampunk: The Art of Victorian Futurism

Steampunk: The Art of Victorian Futurism by Jay Strongman.
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176 pages
216 mm x 266 mm
Jay Strongman
Korero Books
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Steampunk book: The Nautilus from 20'000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. Art by Brian Despain.

Discover a remarkable world of invention and wonder. From gaslight horrors to steam-powered dirigibles; from anthropomorphic machine sculptures to eccentric creations from the cast-offs of Empire. Embark on a literary and artistic adventure to a Neo-Victorian world of talented craftsmen and artists. Brass goggles not provided.

Featured artists: Tom Banwell, Wayne Martin Belger, Greg Brotherton, Frank Buchwald, Chris Conte, Doktor A., Eric Freitas, Dr. Grordbort, Stéphane Halleux, Mike Libby, Pierre Matter, Kazuhiro Nakamura, James Ng, Sam Van Olffen, Nozomi Shibata, Haruo Suekichi, Brian Poor and Daniel Proulx.

About the Author
Jay Strongman is a renowned international DJ and writer who has long had an interest in the underground elements of popular culture. Born and bred in the heart of the former British Empire, he first became intrigued by Victorian Science Fiction after seeing the film of H. G. Wells’ The Time Machine as a boy. That fascination, coupled with an active interest in subcultures, drew him to Steampunk. Jay lives in LA and London with his wife, actress Julienne Davis.

“.. a fabulous collection ...”San Francisco Chronicle