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  • What is Steampunk?
  • Steampunk, a sub-genre of science fiction, is a type of fiction that brings together technological and aesthetic designs inspired by mechanical engineering from steam-driven machines.

 

  • In particular, the Victorian era (1800 – 1900) includes a design in which the backdrop of the United Kingdom or the American West is dominated by steam engine technology, cogs, and screws. The word Steampunk is derived from cyberpunk (cyberpunk). The word is for the first time used by science fiction writer Kevin Wayne Jeter at the end of the 1980s.

 

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  • Jules Verne or H.G. Wells is considered to be the first novel of this genre, although the book titled Titus Alone (1959) by Mervyn Peake is considered to be the first book of this genre.

 

  • The most common design items during the Steampunk period were steam, copper, big wheels, gears, pipes and mechanical parts. These types of instruments are not only inspired but also in clothes; Leather boots, linen shirts, corsets, mechanical glasses, watches, copper jewelery, binoculars, mechanically functioning body apparatus. Although Steampunk is referred to by science fiction, it is used in combination with different genres such as fantasy, horror, history.

 

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  • Steampunk’s type is an example of some of the most important writers and books that have been the source of inspiration; We can say that Nautilus submarine in the book of Jules Verne – Under the Sea (1870), H.G.Wells – Time Machine (1895), Bram Stoker – Dracula (1897) and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. For today, Alan Moore’s series “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” comic book series Victorian steampunk and Tim Powers’ “Anubis Doors” written by modern and good examples.

 

  • Steampunk species are used intensively for the period of viktoriya, but the American wild west is also home to this species. Barry Sonnenfeld The Wild Wild West, which was released in 1999, and The Wild Wild West, a television series from 1965 to 1969, are examples of this.

 

  • Today, steampunk is rooted only in fashion, engineering, music, art and other forms of life that have emerged from the subspecies of fantasy and science fiction.

 

  • In the steampunk movement, which is a source of inspiration for art and artists, artists create original and modern art from scrap pieces.

 

  • If you want to give some information about several terms used in Steampunk mode;
  • Automotan: Robot or mechanical man
  • Clockpunk: Springs, gears, gears, etc. Assisted clock technology
  • Corset: Steampunk items often seen in stories and often worn by women.
  • Cyberpunk: Another sub-genre of science fiction related to the super high tech world, SteamPunk has lower technology.
  • Zeppelins: Air vehicles with steam power and mechanical components
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