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Tuesday, October 09, 2007
While I was in San Francisco, we went to an absolutely amazing store called Paxton Gate. It's highly recommended for anyone into science, history, or art...including steampunks!

Continuing on with the art/steampunk combo post...the always fascinating Instructables website shows you how to make your very own mad scientist goggles, and if you're especially hardcore you could try to replicate this voltmeter-ammeter bra. Eeek.

A gallery of tarot card designs shows how infinite the symbols behind the cards can be, while a gallery of old photos themed around crime and punishment show how it's possible to waste entire days and nights poking around Flickr.

If you want old-fashioned housewares and lighting, Rejuvenation is the place to go. I love the light switches!

And finally, Haiku for You is not steampunk, but is a collaborative art weblog - send in your story and they will turn it into a haiku with an accompanying illustration. Neat idea.

Jinnet @ 10/09/2007 : comments: 3
Comments: 3

12:19 AM  
Blogger Brendan: Regarding the voltmeter-ammeter bra:

Isn't that getting dangerously close to how that MIT student almost got hosed down by DHS at Logan?

3:04 PM  
Blogger Jinnet: Sometimes you have to suffer for your art, y'know?

11:12 AM  
Blogger Brendan: LOL! True dat.

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