A guy named Mark built this steampunk AT-AT for the woman in his life.
This gorgeous Xbox controller is more than a work of steampunk magic, it really works!
This steampunk gun called the Goliathon looks like it can channel the forces of the universe into one hell of a deadly shot. You'd figure anything with that much copper piping, gauges and metal has to be lethal right?
We're big fans of Valve's Portal (and its fan imaginings), Portal guns and steampunk. That's why we're so pleased with this steampunk Portal gun made by a DeviantArt user. It's genuine steam-y in that it's actually made out of old parts like a metal teapot.
Solar powered watches are a dime a dozen, but most are just electronic watches with a solar panel to boost the battery. Not this steampunk inspired pocket watch: it uses the sun to spin a mechanical turbine that provides the power.
To make room for those light and slender Ultrabooks, it might just be time to let go of the steampunk mods, no? Nahh. John Dunn originally made this steampunk laptop for Sony, but can now be yours.
We've been fans of steampunk artist Datamancer for many years, but this new creation he calls The Clacker takes the whole steampunk aesthetic to a new level of coolness. Best of all, he plans to offer it for sale soon.
If there is a god of steampunk, his name is Captain Nemo, from the Jules Verne novel "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." Now an ingenious designer has created what might be the coolest steampunk vehicle you've ever seen.
This here is a custom Xbox 360 controller mod that replaces plastic with wood, leather and brass. Oh, and the Xbox button in the middle? It's now a keyhole.
Meet "El Pulpo Mecanico" — a steampunk octopus that breathes fire out of its tentacles. It's also a creation built for Burning Man 2011 — a smorgasbord festival "pop-up city" in Nevada's Black Rock Desert that attracts tens of thousands of gatherers to create a community for one week.