|Posted by Lee A. Farruga on January 15, 2012 at 9:05 AM|
It was my pleasure and delight to meet this exceptional Canadian west coast artist at the 2011 Victoria Steam Expo.
Kyle Miller, also known under the brand name "Thin Gypsy Thief Studios" is a visual-artist based out of Vancouver Island, BC. specialising in steampunk and science-fiction styled woodworking. His work often includes elements inspired by film, folk art, science fiction and fantasy artwor...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lee A. Farruga on August 26, 2012 at 7:00 AM|
We Canadians are a tough and inventive lot. Through adversity and crazy weather we have learned to fend for ourselves while remaining polite and good natured.
That sense of adventure and invention has passed down through the generations to the splendid lady and gentleman tinkers we have today. Many have found the steampunk community to be the perfect place to play with ideas and create to their heart's content. A few have become quite well known in th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lee A. Farruga on October 20, 2012 at 6:10 AM|
Waaay back in January, 2010 well known UK steampunk Major Thaddeus Tinker put out a post on the well known forum Brass Goggles asking if anyone would be interested in a "hard copy full colour magazine aimed at the growing steampunk community". Over the last two years his vision has been tweeked, discussed and mulled over. At the same time, many many bits of information on steampunk culture from aro...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lee A. Farruga on January 30, 2014 at 6:45 PM|
Canadian steampunk artist Kyle Miller of Thin Gypsy Thief studio has a new project underway and you can get in on it!
His latest kickstarter campaign is already a winner, but it still has 24 days to go. That means you still have time to get one of the wonderful, working mechanical clocks that he's creating.
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|Posted by Lee A. Farruga on March 5, 2015 at 8:15 AM|
|Posted by Lee A. Farruga on July 3, 2016 at 6:45 AM|
We've talked about Canadain steampunk artist Kyle Miller many times here on Steampunk Canada, and for good reason. His creations have always been cutting edge, and simply amazing!
This time around he's got something new that will turn any steampunk, or otherwise, into a maker. Check out his new Kickstarter campaign forRead Full Post »