Punking The Past: The Steampunk Aesthetic Of Victorian London In Superb Paintings Of Vadim Voitekhovitch

Vadim Voitekhovitch was born in a small town of Mozyr, Belarus. He spent most of his life Belarus and he graduated from Bobruisk Art College. From 2004 he lives and works in Germany. His style is quite diverse, but he dedicates most of his time to watercolor and oil. Voitekhovitch likes to draw pictures on history subjects and especially subjects coming from XVIII-XIX centuries. More:


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/12/punking-the-past-the-steampunk-aesthetic-of-victorian-london-in-superb-paintings-of-vadim-voitekhovitch/

Artist Brings Old Watch Parts To Life With Awesome Steampunk Sculptures

It’s often the discarded and what’s thought to be of no use that ends up providing that little extra something special. More: All Natural Arts, Facebook h/t: grapee Susan Beatrice creates impressive steampunkish sculptures by recycling pocket watch parts. She seems to have a knack for taking what many would see as a lifeless hunk of metal, and impressively crafting it into a beautiful...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/11/artist-brings-old-watch-parts-to-life-with-awesome-steampunk-sculptures/

Greg Olijnyk Creates Incredible Cardboard Sculptures Inspired By Steampunk And Sci-Fi

To balance out his working life as a graphic designer focused on 2-D digital projects, Greg Olijnyk creates cardboard sculptures in his free time. The remarkably refined artworks are made with packaging-grade cardboard and tracing paper, and finishing touches added with LED lighting and glass accessories. More: Instagram h/t: colossal View this post on Instagram #9 – now with an operator.


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/11/greg-olijnyk-creates-incredible-cardboard-sculptures-inspired-by-steampunk-and-sci-fi/

Superb Colossal Steampunk Sculptures By Pierre Matter

Pierre Matter works mostly with bronze and embellish the sculptures with recycled objects, using welders, plasma cutters, laser cutters and grinders to shape and sculpt. “I’m a kind of salvager. I feel like a child in a heap of sand, but instead of sand, there’s a lot of recycling and scrap, full of magnificent objects.” Often, the sculptures which emerge from these scraps...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/11/superb-colossal-steampunk-sculptures-by-pierre-matter/

Cyberpunk Babushkas: These Grannies You Wouldn’t Dare Help Across The Road

After looking at these pictures, you’ll change your mind about “defenseless” little old ladies. How do we imagine Russian babushkas? Lovely, cuddly beings that bake pies, knit socks, and exude warmth. More: Artstation h/t: rbth But what if they had a darker side? What if they weren’t the angels they seem? Illustrator Eduard Nabiullin from Moscow uncovered another aspect to their nature.


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/09/cyberpunk-babushkas-these-grannies-you-wouldnt-dare-help-across-the-road/

Russian Craftsmen Built This Steampunk Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive

Steampunk is an art inspired by steam energy of the XIX century. It’s always about metal. Creators of this trike found inspiration in the locomotive “Joseph Stalin”. Unfortunately it’s more an art object than a functional motorcycle. It was made in Saint-Petersburg in a custom shop Asook Customs. More: Drive2 (ru) h/t: englishrussia The front part of the trike repeats the contours of the...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/09/russian-craftsmen-built-this-steampunk-trike-inspired-by-joseph-stalin-locomotive/

Faces Of M’era Luna, The World’s Biggest Goth And Steampunk Festival

@robinschmiedebach Every year, the M’era Luna Festival on the Drispenstedt airfield in Hildesheim is a meeting place for the Goth scene from all over Europe, in order to spend a peaceful and relaxed weekend with old and new friends. As well as the constantly top-class headliners, the main attractions for visitors from all over the world include the special atmosphere, the short distances...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/08/faces-of-mera-luna-the-worlds-biggest-goth-and-steampunk-festival/

This Artist Turns Old Pocket Watches Into Miniature Steampunk Worlds, And The Result Is Fascinating

Greek artist Gregory Grozos is on a quest to prove that watches can do much more than just tick. They can fit entire worlds inside them. “I call my creations ‘miniature worlds’ because that is what I exactly aim them to be,” Gregory writes. “I try to make each work as detailed and complete as a tiny world would need to be in order to be called a world.” More:


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/03/this-artist-turns-old-pocket-watches-into-miniature-steampunk-worlds-and-the-result-is-fascinating/

Artist Creates Steampunk Sculptures Of Pop Characters From Items He’s Found In His And Friends’ Basements

According to Constance Ayusawa: “Georges Ayusawa is my amazing husband but also a talented artist based in Switzerland. He is an art director in the movie industry, so I’ve seen him creating art pieces from paintings to sculptures for particular locations but it was only a small part of his job… Until DBFX Workshop contacted him with a crazy project. They asked him to create 25+ steampunk...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/02/artist-creates-steampunk-sculptures-of-pop-characters-from-items-hes-found-in-his-and-friends-basements/

These Imaginative Sci-Fi Worlds Somehow Feel Like Home

Sci-fi worlds are usually fairly recognizable. Maybe they’re shiny, gloomy, or desolate. But either way, there’s almost always a monochromatic, hard-edge feeling to them. That’s not the case, though, in the imagination of Matt Gaser. Gaser is an award-winning illustrator living in Northern California. He works in games, movies, and even did a stint on the now-returning Clone Wars TV show for...


SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2019/01/these-imaginative-sci-fi-worlds-somehow-feel-like-home/