Originally coined to describe fantasy and science fiction in steam-powered settings, the term "steampunk" has come to identify an aesthetic movement. Its campy redefinition of Victorian style blends elements of technology and romance, and its influence extends from literature and art to music and fas... read more
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Originally coined to describe fantasy and science fiction in steam-powered settings, the term "steampunk" has come to identify an aesthetic movement. Its campy redefinition of Victorian style blends elements of technology and romance, and its influence extends from literature and art to music and fashion. This book and CD-ROM compilation offers artists and crafters a wealth of authentic Victorian graphics for creating steampunk imagery. More than 500 illustrations range from dirigibles and sea vessels to corsets and pocket watches. In keeping with the movement's inventive spirit, a gallery of original collages features inspiring examples of the illustrations' potential combinations. This book includes a CD-ROM containing 539 royalty-free images saved in JPEG format.
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