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Military-inspired and steampunk-y...I love this, but I could Never pull this off.

corsetaddict: BlackSteam Meli Amphi 2011 by *MADmoiselleMeli

Ooooo! To go in my Witchy Steampunk Dollhouse! Google Image Result for

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Light and darkness in the art of Jan Ditlev Christensen

Venturing into Outer City in search of the elusive tinkerer, Collodin. This art is so inspiring. Writing #Tremblers #YA is so visual.

another thing I love, even though I don't think I'd be brave enough to wear it! At least, not all together. That coat? Definitely would wear that

Steampunk Sculptures by Michihiro Matsuoka . Born in Japan, Matsouka finds inspiration from his childhood memories and deteriorated devices. Creating devices that fuse animals and fish with machinery, Matsouka uses stone clay for his work, but will incorporate other materials that seem suitable. The sculptures are meticulously finished with acrylic paint, which aids his desire to express the progression of time. Matsouka’s work has been featured in twenty-five exhibitions throughout Japan.

エクサントリーク Excentrique 2011 SUMMER COLLECTION Gallery:Librarian

Infanta Winter Elegy Rose Embroidery Coat. Gorgeous - both feminine and military inspired.