Changing the Past


Dieselpunk

Dieselpunk didn’t start with a bang. It started with the crack of a whip. When Indiana Jones blazed his way onto the big screen in 1981, he popularized a postmodern style of art that has continued to evolve over the past three decades.

New to dieselpunk? Read Tome Wilson’s introduction to the genre.

Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones

Mapping World War II


Steampunk

Jakub Rozalski artwork

Change needs to come from those who don’t accept that, for some, steampunk is just a hobby.

Steampunk doesn’t have be political, at least not for everyone.

People tried to turn steampunk into a political movement. A decade later, I think it’s safe to say the “lighter side” has won out.

Punk is dead. Long live steampunk!

Steampunk

Genre Tropes


Unbuilt Cities