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- 08/17/12--03:15: Our Gallery: The Vision of Tim Huhn
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- 09/28/12--11:59: Our Gallery: Digital Deco of Rodolforever
You can set your dieselpunk story in Gotham or Metropolis, Librium or Antarctica. You can build the most incredible structures and fill the streets and hangars with every kind of weird machines. The sky is the limit! But you need something more: the atmosphere. No matter how optimistic you are, the genre simply cannot do [...]
dieselpunksencyclopediaPeter Lorre in 'M' (1931). Director: Fritz LangThe Invisible Man (1933)(left to right) Jean Gabin, Fernand Ledoux and Michele Morgan in Quai des Brumes (1938)Stranger on the Third Floor (1940)Maltese Falcon (1941)Murder, My Sweet (1944)Murder, My Sweet (1944)The Lost Weekend (1945)Notorious (1946)Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep (1946)The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)Out of the Past (1947)Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth in The Lady From Shanghai (1947)Rita Hayworth in Gilda (1946)Joseph Cotten in The Third Man (1949)Sunset Boulevard (1950)Vogue 1 by Stefan
Dieselpunk is proud to present The 19XX Organization. Somewhere in the 20th century… not long after the end of the Great War, those who were capable of hearing it, received a revelation… another Great War was coming. This coming war would push the limits of technology, split the atom to create the power of a [...]
dieselpunksencyclopedia19XX comic stripePaul Roman MartinezRocketeer by Paul Roman MartinezA Night in Monte Carlo by Paul Roman MartinezMaybach Airship Engine by Paul Roman MartinezBioshock Infinite / Spirit of Columbia by Paul Roman MartinezVox Populi - Break the Chains / Bioshock Infinite by Paul Roman MartinezFate is the Beast by Paul Roman MartinezThe 19XX Movie Poster by Paul Roman MartinezThe Carpathian by Paul Roman Martinez19XX comic 0019XX comic 0119XX comic 02The 19XX poster by Paul Roman MartinezThe 19XX talking board by Paul Roman Martinez
Francisco Salamone (1897-1959) was an Italian-Argentine architect who lived and worked in Argentina, built in just four years, between 1936 and 1940, more than 60 buildings in 25 municipalities of the Province of Buenos Aires. Monumental Art Deco buildings, including cemeteries, municipalities, slaughterhouses, squares and bridges. They were forgotten until recent years and today they [...]
Dieselpunk Encyclopedia is happy to present: Tim Huhn and his Art Deco Series. On the Just Looking Gallery website there is a short info about the artist: After graduating from the prestigious California College of Arts and Crafts with a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts and Illustration Huhn worked as a commercial illustrator for companies [...]
dieselpunksencyclopediaDawn of a New Age by Tim HuhnRage Against the Machine by Tim HuhnA Union of Promise by Tim HuhnFreedom 26th Anniversary Poster by Tim HuhnIn the Presence of Greatness by Tim HuhnFortitude 26th Anniversary Poster by Tim HuhnWings of the Future by Tim HuhnIntegrity 26th Anniversary Poster by Tim HuhnPrevail 26th Anniversary Poster by Tim HuhnSummer by Tim HuhnAutumn by Tim HuhnWinter by Tim HuhnSpring by Tim Huhn
A few months ago, we did our best to furnish your Dieselpunk setting with 1910s artifacts. Not Diesel Era yet but certainly not Steam Age. How should we call this period – Edwardian? Maybe, but King Edward VII left this world on May 6, 1910. Proto-Diesel? Too pompous. Let’s agree on a somewhat less spectacular [...]
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Only recently we discovered a modern artist who perfectly combines Diesel Era artifacts with today’s attitude. His artwork won’t seem out of place in a 1930s club or post office or gallery. But is it old-fashioned? Just well-rooted. A short note from Bonner David Gallery website: LaDuke’s narrative paintings are a combination of memories, dreams [...]
A symbol, a trope, a hallmark, a cliché – call it by any other name, the airship is inseparable from Dieselpunk. Our alternative skies are full of dirigibles, real and unreal, peaceful transports and dangerous battleships. These giants can be seen as the ultimate expression of Diesel Era spirit and, at the same time, of [...]
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Today, we are proud to present Waldemar Kazak, an illustrator from Tver, Russia. Mr. Kazak is very active in the media. There are just a few dieselpunk-related works in his portfolio, but quantity doesn’t really matter: Mr. Kazak is a house name in the diesel crowd and his art is appreciated by the dieselheads all [...]
dieselpunksencyclopediaMonster House by Waldemar Kazak (2008)School of Robots by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Angriff by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Flyer and skeletons by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Broken Frame by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Go South by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Sky Battle by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Old Factory by Waldemar Kazak (2008)U-Bahn 2 by Waldemar Kazak (2008)Last Route by Waldemar Kazak (2009)Captain Franky by Waldemar Kazak (2009)Bad Moon by Waldemar Kazak (2011)Aircar by Waldemar Kazak (2011)Writers and Proof-Reader by Waldemar Kazak (2012)
Diesel Era was the golden age of speed records. Every new achievement instantly sparked a need to achieve more. The pace of progress was breathtaking: in 1900, 100 miles per hour sounded like science-fiction; by 1910, it was an already broken limit; in early 1920s, new sleek aircraft reached a 200mph mark; in 1930s, there [...]
dieselpunksencyclopediaHoward Hughes and his H-1 racer (airminded.net)Messerschmitt Me 209 V11923 Fiat MephistofelesScientific American, May 1928
Today we celebrate the art of rodolforever, a Mexican illustrator and graphic designer who developed a passion for comic books and superhero movies – and it shows! Here is a short selection of his posters and illustrations embracing Art Deco and Ancient Greek mythology, Expressionist movies and Conan Doyle, vamipres and robots. To see more, [...]
dieselpunksencyclopediaRobot 1 by rodolforever, 2010Superman poster by rodolforever, 2009Superman Movie by rodolforever, 2009Green Lantern poster by rodolforever, 2009Aphrodite by rodolforever, 2010Zeus by rodolforever, 2010Minotaur by rodolforever, 2010Hades by rodolforever, 2010Art Deco Batman by rodolforever, 2009Batman Movie poster by rodolforever, 2009Batman Returns poster by rodolforever, 2009Batman Forever poster by rodolforever, 2009Batman and Robin poster by rodolforever, 2009Batman Begins poster by rodolforever, 2010Dracula '92 poster by rodolforever, 2009Captain Canuck by rodolforever, 2010Iron Man 2 poster by rodolforever, 2010Victoire by rodolforever, 2010Mexico Historical Poster by rodolforever, 2010Festival Night by rodolforever, 2011American Towman banner by rodolforever, 2011The Sparrow by rodolforever, 2011Luminaries Book cover by rodolforever, 2012Fritz Lang 'M' poster by rodolforever, 2012Metropolis red print by rodolforever, 2012Astoria Casino by rodolforever, 2012# Roy Art Deco by rodolforever, 2009