Yesterday Irene and I had the pleasure to attend the presentation of ‘El Dirigible’, the Steampunk novel written in Spanish language by Joseph M. Remesar and published by Dlorean Ediciones within their ‘Colección Tesla’ in 2013, at the Steampunk-themed bar Ithilien. Joseph Remesar talked to the attendees about his career as writer, his sources of […]
We have been supporters of Morbid Anatomy for some years now, even pledging to crowdfunding campaigns like the one dedicated to the outstanding Morbid Anatomy Anthology. We feel that a project like The Morbid Anatomy Museum will awake your interest, are you ready to explore the intersections of art and medicine, beauty and death?
As you will probably remember, on 14th February we published a blog post entitled ‘Steampunk Chronicle Reader’s Choice Awards 2014’. This blog post had three objectives: announcing that the nominations were open, sharing with you international people and projects we believe in and, last but not least, asking for your support (as this year there […]
Thy Last Drop describe themselves as three vagabonds telling talesof 19th century death, debauchery and the drop… Their ‘Victorian murderpunk / vagabond folk’ is full of energy, as this video of the song ‘Tyburn Jig’ proves. Line up: Albert Crowe (Lead Vocal, Octave Mandola, Mandolin), Amil Magpantay (Bandurria, vocal and anything else he can find), Andrew Akehurst (Piano […]
Today we would like to go in detail about the concept of upcycling, which is related to our blog post entitled ‘Toward a Circular Economy’. 1.- What does ‘upcycling’ mean? UPCYCLE Syllabification: up·cy·cle Pronunciation: /ˈəpˌsīkəl /verb [with object] Reuse (discarded objects or material) in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality […]