His steampunk sculptures have been seen in museums, hotels, dining establishments, and even a Netflix TV series. Now you can have one in your home, if you save your pennies. Most are priced between US$17,000 and $30,000.
As the U.S. celebrates Presidents’ Day, folks in Alexandria, Virginia may encounter an unusual tribute to the first President: A 14-foot mechanical cherry tree recently created by steampunk artist Bruce Rosenbaum and sculptor Jon Bander.
Discover Steampunk opened Feb. 1 at the Western Heritage Museum in New Mexico. It features sculptures by Bruce Rosenbaum along with historical artifacts. The Steampunk Explorer editor Stephen Beale provided consulting and editorial services.
The Velocipede Time Machine has landed in its new home at the Hagley Museum in Delaware. The half-ton contraption occupies the Visitor Center, which will become a showcase for the museum’s 19th century patent models.
Steampunk artist Bruce Rosenbaum will host “Steampunk: A Fusion of History, Art & Technology,” an online experience featuring a tour of the 1876 Gothic church that he converted into a home, studio, and gallery.
Bruce Rosenbaum curates an art exhibit at the tech company’s offices in Cambridge, Mass.
Google employees will get daily glimpses of steampunk creativity thanks to an art exhibit portraying 19th century authors and inventors as mechanical comic book superheroes. The artwork is based on Bruce Rosenbaum’s Humachines.
Bruce Rosenbaum discusses his past work, future plans, and thoughts on the creative process
Few steampunk artists have received as much media attention as Bruce Rosenbaum. He’s been described as the “Steampunk Guru” and “Steampunk Evangelist,” and was recently featured in Amazing Interiors on Netflix.
Meet Pneuman, “the only pneumatic tube in Connecticut with a sassy personality and a connection to the Spirit World.”
The program uses steampunk art and design as an educational tool.
The second annual Jewelry City Steampunk Festival took place Oct. 27 in Attleboro, Massachusetts, and despite bad weather, “more than 1,000 patrons in their best Victorian-era garb could be seen around the city,” reports Judee Cosentino of the The Sun Chronicle.
The table will be on display at Sanderson MacLeod’s Brush Innovation Center in Palmer, Massachusetts.
The home makeover reality series followed Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum as they renovated an old church in Western Massachusetts.
“Discover Steampunk: A Fantastical Hands-On Adventure” was conceived by steampunk artist Bruce Rosenbaum.