Monday, November 30, 2009

The World of Steampunk: Goggles, Gaiters & Glory

There are two main kinds of steampunk. The first, which shall be called here, traditional steampunk, envisions a future as the Victorians imagined it. The writings of H.G. Wells and Jules Verne are good examples. The second, industrial steampunk, sees a far future world that harkens back to Victorian culture, for example a bustle dress made of kevlar. There are also other temporal options like clockpunk (c. 1500s) and dieselpunk (WWII).

I just love the whole idea and the amazing design used, the goggles shown here are great, but I thinks its really cool having a complete costume, very MadMax.

Your view

What is contraversial photography? Well i'm interesteted in your view. I want to know what makes a picture contraversial, is it taboo subjects, or are they shocking images as were taken by Oliverio Toscani for Benetton? Throughout history many images have been slammed, banned, and caused outrage by why?

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Friday, November 20, 2009

Holiday yipee!!!!

I'm haveing a break, I'm going to London for four days this week to visit my big brother and take some piccys, and meet some autors how exiting. We will be have a Twissup via twitter so follow me and come along!

Cornwall Film Festival

Had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Jon Ronson writer of men who stare at goats. Lovely guy!

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Rock Stars

These guys were great, don't know what they are called but they rocked.