Being a maker based in the heart of Sydney’s historic Rocks quarter came with a whole lot of love! As I was working on the steampunk display cabinet today, I … Read More
Making steampunk artefacts that are sustainable led us to posting one of our Sir Round-A-Sounds on The Good Hood.
The idea of The Good Hood is simple: when you do … Read More
Now that we have started selling the iPhonographs and Sir Round-a-Sound to the general public, I wanted to create a display case to show off the goods. BTW, check out … Read More
I’ve now added a brass frame around the iPhonograph amplifier and painted a gold stripe around the middle. Just my opinion but I think it’s these little details which make … Read More
I looked at some other pictures I had of the new steampunk pieces I have created lately. I like these pictures more. All pieces are for sale in our Pop-Up … Read More
iPhonograph ‘Too Tone’
Through a competitive selection process, we’ve won a Pop-Up shop and maker space at The Rocks in Sydney, Australia. A big thanks to The Rocks Pop-Up for … Read More
We needed a linen cupboard in our house. We lack storage! So…….after removing a large 1970’s sliding door with faux wood inserts which connected to a small balcony which … Read More
Here are a few more photos so you could see how Steampunk Steady Cam works.
I was asked to film some book launches by Lisa (my partner) for an author (Robyn Caughlan) who has asked Lisa to adapt her book into a film. The book … Read More
It was a real honour to see that the Blue Mountains City Council chose the Steampunk iPhonograph to headline their congratulatory message to all winners in the Blue Mountains ‘Waste … Read More