The Green Fairy of Steampunk

There are many reasons why you would expect depictions of the green fairy to be popular among the steampunk crowd. For one, the Victorian era, from which steampunk takes a lot of inspiration, was ...
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Victorian Steampunk Jewelry

Steampunk is heavily influenced by the romantic and overly-ornate Victorian era fashion, which can be seen clearly in steampunk’s use of Victorian-style bodices, top hats, high necklines and collars, and carefully tailored clothing. We’ve ...
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Abney Park’s Jody Ellen Time Travels Home on Solo Adventure

Good and bad fairies from around the world primarily know Jody Ellen as Captain Robert’s songstress sidekick in Abney Park’s rousing headline sets at fantasy festivals and conventions around the world. Walk down the ...
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Unwoman’s “Uncovered” Series Rewrites Pop Music History

When most of us dream of time travel, we fancy ourselves voyaging way, way back to attend Victorian balls and personally witness the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, the building of the Pyramids or ...
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FaerieCon West Goes Global for 2013 Good Faerie and Bad Faerie Balls

Faeries, sprites, time travelers and their kindred spirits are buzzing, planning, scheming and dreaming about the festivities that lie ahead. FaerieCon West 2013 is soon upon us — and what a celebration it will ...
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Featured Artist: Gwendolyn Basala

FairyRoom's "Featured Artists" turns the spotlight on artists who celebrate the fantastic world of fairies and ...
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Brigid Ashwood, Steampunk Fairy Artist and Writer

Brigid Ashwood is an artist and writer known for her beautiful portraiture, fantasy aesthetic, and steampunk sensibilities. Her visual work has appeared in Faerie Magazine, Imagine FX, Watercolor Faeries, and she is the author and ...
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Fairy and the Machine: Steampunk Necklaces

Why have you put fairies on my steampunk jewelry? Why, because it looks Fantastic! This genre of pseudo Victorian era jewelry renders utilitarian objects ...
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The Dreaming Society – Creating Better Music Through Chemistry

When you listen to the dark, haunting and mesmerizing songs of The Dreaming Society, you might be surprised to discover they hail from one of the sunniest places on Earth. ...
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Lene Lovich: A Fairy Godmother of Modern Rock

FairyRoom continues our Fairy Godmothers of Modern Rock series, celebrating fantasy’s most influential women, their muses and the spells they cast upon ...
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