This dog is more stylish then most of the men in our steampunk group. I bet he has better manners then half too! XD
Three of the five of my crew hanging out at the Sci-Fi Convention here in St. john’s, Newfoundland, Canada!
Frygg N. Havelock (Iplehouse Dark Skin Cocori)
Nigel F. Piotrowski (Soom Namu)
Shilellaugh (Pipos Charlotte)
A magnificent silk gown from 1869-1870 at the V Museum. This is from the transformation period between the hoop and the early bustle.
Holy eye gouging beautious colour. *WANT*
The noise I just made gave the whales in the harbour a headache.
victorian squid pattern!
i require this in my room
bless who ever made these
and whoever posted these
and whoever reblogged these
oops hey guys just confirming that I did in fact make this pattern. That’s what I get for being super nonspecific on my original post, oops ;;
and for clarification since a lot of people keep asking, you’re welcome to use it as desktop backgrounds or on your blogs, I appreciate if you credit me if you use it though!
Aye if yer gonna have a rubber ducky fer yer welp ye might as well do it right! YAAARRRRR
It even has a little duck billed angel at its prow!
Worth tea gown, 1895
From the Musee Galliera via the Huffington Post
Holy technicolour beauty… I WANT YOU!
Influenced by 16th Century Baroque opulence and Gothic design, Adam Wallacavage’sShiny Monsters show at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, is as sumptuous as it is unusual. His current solo exhibition is an installation project consisting of multiple gallery spaces that showcase his exquisite and bizarre chandeliers. Some of his recent works in the show featuring toys and Hello Kitty iconography are inspired by pop culture and Wallacavage’s love of vintage Americana.
I would love to have one of the tentacled ones in my dining room, maybe add some porthole windows, make a whole nautical theme out of it. Especially the blue-green ones, against the purple and blue they’re dazzling.
I also like the pink and black one, I can see that going well in a kid’s room.