Sunday, January 18, 2009

The World of Yesterday's Tomorrows


Reader Beith Burton thought we might be interested in the designs of Retropolis and The Future That Never Was -- it's a bit 1950s pulp science fiction in feel, but some of the designs tickled my fancy.


The designs are available as the ubiquitous T-shirt, but some are also available in poster form. (When will these print-on-demand places start offering plates? I'm ready for a collection of independent steampunk design dessert plates...)


As their website says:

Gee, Whillikers!
It's... it's...
Awesometastic!

8 comments:

0din313 said...

you know, i have literally just yesterday discovered steampunk itself, i think the style and concept of it is quite fascinating, now almost immediately, im bludgeoned over the head with multitudes of hate-articles about how "steampunk is dead" i dont quite understand why it seems so fashionable to hate on. so i thought i was ask someone who knows more about it than i do - whats with the whole "steampunk is dead" movement?

Adam said...

try http://shop.webomator.com/RetroPrints.shtml
for art works rather than t shirts

Tamara said...

These are great! And I'm with you on the dessert plates idea.

reverend dick said...

you should see here: http://www.behance.net/Gallery/Fixed-Heart-(Organ-series)/92320

I think you will like it.

Don said...

Cool images. Steampunk is dead(?) long live Steampunk!

Liz said...

Brad is a terrific artist, isn't he?

I am on a couple of Print on Demand fora with Brad, and am continually amazed by his artistry. Not just in print -- his web pages are amazing as well.

--Liz

Lynne said...

Thanks for finding that Science poster for me! It will be fabulous behind my collection of weird old lab glassware.

Sara said...

Lynn -- sent me a picture! I'd love to see your lab glass collection, especially if it's backed by a mad science poster...

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