"Clockwork Steampunks are dear to this heart made of metal. A sexy side of Steampunks that is very shiny, goes up and down, round and round and sparkles in bright light. Clockwork Stempunks life is spent breaking down bags of watches and clocks for recycle usually until the muscles and joints will take no more. The attire is intricate as are the creative souls that wear them.

Clockwork on the brain is a common, untreatable ailment. Everything ticks. Many spirits exist inside each clockwork piece and once opened, become part of the Clockkwork Steampunk...Steampunk Quantum Theory. Inside this Clockwork Steampunk lives a Steampunk spirit from Victorian England. Breaking down watches has been a Steampunk hobby a large part of my adult life. No lack of spirits inside. Hence my latest steampunk mega clockwork goggles."


John Douglas, P.S.E.


Various modern utilitarian objects have been modified by enthusiasts into a pseudo-Victorian mechanical "steampunk" style.Example objects include computer keyboards and electric guitars.The goal of such redesigns is to employ appropriate materials (such as polished brass, iron, wood, and leather) with design elements and craftsmanship consistent with the Victorian era,rejecting the aesthetic of industrial design. Clockwork refers to the inner workings of either a mechanical clock or a device that operates in a similar fashion. Specifically, the term refers to mechanisms utilizing a complex series of gears. One of the earliest known examples of a clockwork mechanism is the Antikythera mechanism, a first-century BC geared astrolabe device for calculating star positions, recovered from a Greek shipwreck.



"There is nothing more important in the Steampunk Universe than re-creating time"


John Douglas, P.S.E. TM