Monday, July 12, 2010

Steampunk websites which most certainly merit a visit...




Often times, one has an opportunity to visit websites which piques one's curiosity, as they have plenty of unique and intriguing content, but unfortunatly do not have the exposure they deserve.  I have found a number of said gems, and do certainly hope that I'll be able to direct one to these online locales...



Steam Spectre is a lovely site which contains a cacophony of Steampunk and Victorian imagery not normally found online.  Miss Spectre not only has impressive era photographs, but also highlights unique Steampunk fashion finds, including head-wear, articles of clothing for ladies and gentlemen, and unique accouterments (including a pistol ring), and of course corsets!  To pay a visit, please turn to:

http://steamspectre.blogspot.com/



If one happens to live north of the the Forty-Ninth parallel (or even if one happens to live below it!), a visit to Steampunk Canada is a must!  This well established site covers all news and events regarding Steampunk in Canada, including news, a forum for Canadian Steampunk groups, photogalleries, and information on the written Canadian Steampunk news-source, the Dominion Dispatch!  For more information, please turn to:

http://www.steampunkcanada.ca/



Had the pleasure of locating another "hard-blogging" Steampunk enthusiast, Miss A.E. Flint, and her outstanding  blog, Trial by Steam!  With insightful entires practically everyday since she started her endeavor in late January... do make it a point of visiting her location, as not only does she cover current Steampunk events, but also shares excellent observations into the genre... to visit Trial by Steam, please turn to...

http://trialbysteam.wordpress.com/


Finally, the Victorian Closet is an outstanding Second Life penned by Miss Astolat Defaux, the proprietress of Montagne Noire Clothiers.  In addition to showcasing her latest works, which range from ladies attire to clothes for gentlemen and children, she also includes a large selection of non-clothing items.  If so inclined, do ensure you pay a visit to her online location, followed by an in-world visit to her stores in Caledon and Deadwood, starting here...

http://thevictoriancloset.blogspot.com/

2 comments:

Breezy Carver said...

What an extra wonderful and most informative blog today Sir !!!

Thank YOU so much as always YOU keep so many of us in the up today steampunk know Sir :)

Steam Spectre said...

Thanks again for another mention! I appreciate it and have gained several followers thanks to your shout outs. Love following here as you always a pleasure and you have so many interesting finds! Thank you ever so!