Transcript: Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters Basically Every Johnny Depp Movie Edward Scissorhands Aesthetics Why? A Solid Definition (at last!) What is Steampunk? (in the mind of Emilia) With technology featured in extravagant ways Watch Some Movies The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Alice in Wonderland Steampunk vs. Not-so-Steampunk Sweeny Todd The movies that caught my attention Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Pre-Electricity Post- Industrial Revolution Hansel & Gretel Johnny Depp... Everywhere Technology Nineteenth Century Steampunk? Idea 1 Set in the 19th Century a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists Victorian Wild Wild West Western Tropes (Romanticizing the West?) + Hollywood Steampunk as aesthetic shock value (leads to nostalgia) = ? Steampunk Presentation a time period How to turn this into a topic? Sleepy Hollow Wild Wild West With an emphasis on anachronistic technology The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen I think Steampunk movies provide stories... Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures Anachronism: Search Websites Steampunk needs...
Transcript: Retro-Futurism Heel hardware For a fine ankle both of them are relate to Victorian era Akira Toriyama STEAMPUNK masks have played a part in ceremonial and celebratory events since ancient times 1880s-style, street punk style a stylish gentleman style elegant day dress is ideal for a visit to a convention-in this case grow up with questions and imagination AVANT-GARDE STREET WEAR: Arale vintage hairstyles punk styles dreadlocks high hair and beehives the first version of the science fiction wild wild west (1999) MASKS 3. my artwork CMOIC: JEWELLERY AND WATCHES Victorian and Edwardian era details: FOOT WEAR john cater(2012) section 1: FICTION: Nicolas Ghesquiere (Balenciaga) Alexander McQueen Ralph Lauren Jean Paul Gautier fiction, comic and film MY ARTWORK 1. What the steampunk is and the reason which i interested in it HAIR STYLES <Space: 1889> 1988 in the steampunk universe the choices can be almost limitless, and they extend far beyond the conventional categories of baubles, bangles and beads. time machine stretching beyond Victorian style, steampunk fashion design takes in a mixed bag of ideas, including past trends and influence--from medical devices to industrial hardware, and taxidermy to androgyny. section 2: section 3: FORMAL WEAR Dragon ball TEMPORARY FILM: <The Difference Engine > 1990 How it relate to fashion ( or mode) Jean Paul Gautier street wear formal wear avant-garde masks hair styles foot wear jewellery and watches 2. How it relate to fashion (or mode)
Transcript: I - What's steampunk ? 2 - the main elements 3 - cities 4 - don't mix up II - steampunk culture 1- movies and books 2 - Video Games 3 - music professor layton steampunk and gothic steampunk and punk any Jules Vernes' book (baudelaire orphans) Steampunk. clockwork quartet (jasper morello) Hellboy I - What's steampunk? STEAMPUNK Steampunk. Steampunk. final fantasy Laputa Castle Not steampunk. 1- Steampunk/not steampunk steampunk. ...and any element of the victorian period II - steampunk culture the color London and Paris the steam lemony snicket's a series of unfortunate events the gears resonance of fate
Transcript: Steampunk: A science fiction genre Steampunk is heavily influenced by the ideas of cyberpunk Steampunk is based on the Victorian Era Steam locomotives and dirigibles The Difference Engine What was the Victorian Era? Period in the 1800s Britain ruled by Queen Victoria British Industrial Revolution also happening at this time Built by Charles Babbage Intended to be a computational engine run by a hand crank Charles Babbage ran out of money for the project Would have consisted of 25,000 parts and weighed 15 tons Credits Steam engines create mechanical power or movement This power is transferred via moving parts Gears, pistons, etc. Similar to how electricity is moved through wires Old or antiquated appearance Metals, rivets, gears, wood, glass, and leather What is steampunk? How did the technologies emerging in the 19th century affect steampunk? Steam power Mechanized manufacturing Mass urbanization Telecommunications Mass transit Thief series Bioshock Infinite Dishonored Guns of Icarus Steampunk as a philosophy Steampunk Where did steampunk come from? Technologies Emerging in the British Industrial Revolution Spider picture from en.wikipedia.org Victorian city picture from www.dailymail.co.uk Steam engine picture from automobies.wordpress.com Airship picture from steamtradingcards.wikia.com Difference Engine picture fromatomictoasters.com What is steampunk? Steampunk can be found in several forms A science fiction genre A design aesthetic A philosophy Examples Steampunk: A design aesthetic Steampunk inspired by cyberpunk The term "steampunk" coined by K.W. Jeter in the late 1980s "Steampunk" used to jokingly describe Victorian stories written at the time Optimistic view of the future Very curious Victorians envisioned the future in the devices they created Matt Tang What do you see in this picture? A creepy spider? Or a work of art?
Transcript: "steam" is from the 19th century technology Movies inspired by steampunk What is Steampunk? "punk" is from the rebellion against the boring, mass-produced clothing and merchandise of modern life It also inspired time travel Why is it called that? Frankenstein(1818) Journey to the center of the earth(1864) 20000 leagues under the sea(1869) Wild wild west(1999) Van Helsing(2004) The golden compass Lemony snicket's a series of unfortunate events Hellboy Stardust Treasure planet Chitty chitty bang bang The brothers Grimm City of ember 9 Around the world in 80 days It was also called "Neo- Victorianism" Steampunk actually previously started as an underground society celebrated by fantasy-fiction buffs which has recently emerged as pop culture phenomenon that spans multiple genres. STEAMPUNK The history of Steampunk Some of my creations Steampunk is a genre that originated in the 1900's that combines 19th century Victorian fashion with metal and mechanical parts to create a new fashion and accessories that recreates the 19th century era
Transcript: I know this seems like a huge jump in time but not much happened in this time period. More novels were created, movies were made of previous novels like "20000 Leagues Under the Sea." It was only during the modern era that Steampunk evolved. At the time of SteamPunk's independence, It was gaining a rather large fan base. More people were wearing top hats, corsets and goggles! It was a glorious time! People began making air balloons that had cannons attached, Just, kind of had to put that in there. This is a SteamPunk based video game where you fly around in Victorian era airships while destroying other flying craft. In this game you either are a pilot, and engineer, or a gunner. The main reason why I love this game is because of how frantic it gets. Now, I honestly did not want to do a slide on pollution but here we go. Pollution contaminates the atmosphere, killing flying animals and polluting rain water It also contaminates drinking water which we, and other land animals, need to survive. Is that good for a pollution slide? Guess it will have to do Guns of Icarus Modern Era SCRATCH!!! The Issue And how it is affecting modern society STEAMPUNK! Now, some of you may be wondering, what in the world is SteamPunk? Well, have I got an answer for you. SteamPunk is a fictional subgenre that is very popular in the world today. It started out in Victorian times with many authors. Most of these books that were written were not seen as anything special at the time, but now they are being made into movies and games. By Jackson Sharp SteamPunk started out as a sub genre of cyberpunk, a variant of fiction in which the world was viewed in a futuristic setting where everything flies and is shiny. SteamPunk was like that, only nothing is shiny and it is set in the Victorian era. After a few years, SteamPunk decided that it didn't want to play by cyberpunks rules. It became its own independent sub genre. Victorian to Modern Era SteamPunk in the Victorian Era. This is considered the golden age of SteamPunk because of the sudden boom in SteamPunk culture. People realized what it was and thought that it was amazing. They created movies like "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen." They made board and card games. One of the most popular categories for this video games. Many popular and semi-popular games were made for the SteamPunk genre. One of these games, and my personal favorite, is Guns of Icarus. Despite everything I told you SteamPunk is not perfect. There was, and still is, a major problem with pollution. The technology back then was not environment-friendly and got us started on the polluted way of life that we have today Now that I have told you about SteamPunk, now it is time to get to the problem with it SteamPunk in the Victorian Era cont.
Transcript: Alternative world Herbert G. Wells 20th century There will be a major character who is a scientist or inventor; The story must involve scientific innovation as a major plot point; The Steampunk genre tends to utilize real-life Victorian notables as characters or cameos; The Steampunk genre tends to ‘borrow’ characters from Victorian and Edwardian fiction, such as Sherlock Holmes; Steampunk settings are industrial; and may be borrowed from Victorian or Edwardian fiction; The Steampunk genre tends to mimic Victorian literary style and language; Many incorporate ‘fantasy’ elements like magic; Mash-ups are a popular literary device. "Not exactly a novel, not quite a picture book, not really a graphic novel, or a flip book or a movie, but a combination of all these things", says the author. The book consists of illustrations almost in a half. The reason is that the book's about old movies and inventions, about creating a wind-up doll and about a genius filmmaker who needs a little miracle to believe that his films are admired and his work is still appreciated. Analysis Philip Reeve (“Mortal Engines”, 2001) Cherie Priest (“Boneshaker”, 2009) China Mieville (“Perdido Street Station”, 2000) Scott Westerfeld (“Leviathan”, 2009) Felix Gilman ("The Half-Made World", 2010) Ekaterina Sedia ("The Alchemy of Stone", 2008) Kate Elliott ("Cold Magic", 2010) Gail Carriger ("Soulless", 2009) Richard Harland ("Worldshaker", 2009) Chris Wooding ("Retribution Falls", 2009) Tim Akers ("Heart of Veridon", 2009) Philip Pullman ("His Dak Materials, 2000") Definitions Creation of the term 21th century Theme Fantasy and Horror Where did STEAMPUNK come from? The action happens after the European industrial revolution. Alchemy there is one of the most advanced scientific techniques and a sort of weapon too. Two brothers try to bring their mother back to life using alchemy, but they fail and one of them loses leg and hand and the other loses all his body and then lives in metal body. Boys start to search the Philosopher Stone to recover their bodies. Homunculi, intrigues, fights, adult world for little children who had to become adults to survive - everything's there.a Jules Werne Authors "Fullmetal Alchemist" by Hiromu Aracawa Don’t let the inclusion of the word ‘punk’ confuse you, Steampunk is NOT a part of the capital letter Punk movement of the Seventies. "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" by Brian Selznick "Stardust" by Neil Gaiman "Heart of Veridon" by Tim Akers This book tells that anything's as simple as it seems and good may turn to be evil. At its core, steampunk uses steam power as the jumping off point to attempt to create some of the advances we have today through various means. Computers, rocket ships and robots have made appearances in their steam-driven or alternative-technology forms at various times and there’s always room for more inspired adaptations. Some of the literary inspiration for steampunk comes from: Man with himself (Lyra and her willing to be loved, Lyra and her guilt) Man with society (Lyra's tryings to ruin plans that can change the world) "Dracula" How it could be described? Faerie Market is held every nine years behind the wall that divides Faerie from our world. It's about a boy who is the son of two worlds, who meets fallen star - a girl. It's about searching a heir of the king of Faerie and bringing the Star back home, at the sky. About true love and true values. Sky ships, witches, crazy heirs, imprisoned princess - it's a fairytale, but it's worth reading. Conflict Steampunk settings "The Time Machine" Victorian Bram Stocker American West "Northern Lights" main characters Some people claim Jules Verne and Herbert Wells are Steampunk authors, but they not, as such, because they were writing Science Fiction for their era. STEAMPUNK It’s a subgenre of fantasy and speculative fiction that came into prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s. The term denotes works set in an era or world where STEAM POWER is still widely used — usually the 19th century — but with prominent elements of either science fiction or fantasy, such as fictional technological inventions like or real technological developments like the computer occurring at an earlier date. How do we classify the genre? Slogan "What the past would look like if the future had happened sooner". and “It’s sort of Victorian-industrial, but with more whimsy and fewer orphans”. Caitlin Kittredge By-the-bye Lyra's willing to know who she is. Daemons reflect person's soul and she has no concrete form of daemon (animal), it changes. That means she's in process of knowing herself, she can choose between evil and good. The book shows the problem of choice when right choice is painful. Here we have Veridon - the world of people who are not people in the full sense. They have some mechanic upgrade and our main hero - a Pilot - has heart and lungs from metal. Veridon is also a conflicted city between the old aristocracy, the new rich, and the Church of the Algorithm
Transcript: Steampunk is a sub genre of science fiction that’s seen a rise in popularity in recent years. Steampunk began as a literary movement, and has since been used on both the big screen and the small screen (with varying success). In literature, steampunk came to fruition in the 1970s-80s amidst the rise of another sci-fi sub genre: cyberpunk (whose name is parodied with the term ‘steampunk’). Steampunk's recent rise in popularity is due to people’s general desire for an escape to an alternate reality: where people make machines go with their own hands, and electronic machinery doesn’t dominate our world. Steampunk Subgenres Literature Victorian Age writers: H.G. Wells - The Time Machine Jules Verne - Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea What is Steampunk? Here's to a Happier and More Prosperous Yesterday! Movies Contemporary Writers: K.W. Jeter - Infernal Devices, (coined the term Steampunk) Tim Powers - On Stranger Tides James Blaylock - Homunculus Thesis Cyberpunk Pure Victorian and Western Literature: Blade Runner Neuromancer Movies: usually more commercially successful than Steampunk movies
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