Off the Beaten Path Books is the midwest’s only Steampunk – themed bookstore & Emporium. Our goal is to carry the most steampunk titles and be a one-stop shopping experience for your steampunk needs. Learn more about this unique bookstore via their Facebook page.
Myke Amend and Bethalynne Bajema are a creative duo who work their surrealist magics in the weird-tales and strange fiction vein, and are known for creating album covers, book cover and other works for some of Steampunk’s best known musicians, authors, and magazines. Both have been guest artists at the Steampunk Empire Symposium, Myke in […]
When we are little, we are encouraged to believe in fairy tales, princesses, goblins, castles and dragons. Somewhere along the line, we are told that we have to “grow up”. We are told that believing in these things is childish; that they are fake, and therefore a waste of our time. We move on, go […]
At Highwind Steamworks, we create unique items of jewelry, leatherwork, goggles, accessories and props. Most of our items incorporate vintage and antique parts, and all are made with quality components. Our jewelry only uses Swarovski, semi-precious or precious stones, and every piece, no matter how big or small, has been handmade by us and we […]
Hat Trix is the millinery collaboration of Mary Jo Stockman and Paula Thompson. Hats for gentlemen of quality and urban adventurers. Ladies’ hats and fascinators that are beautiful, unique and may contain a surprise.We strive to use authentic materials and techniques and to make heirloom quality pieces. We dye most of the colored feathers ourselves […]
Fine leather masks, strange dolls, and unique steampunk creations – handmade by artisans Robert and Rebecca Turk. Learn more and check out their current stock at the Goblin Road Etsy Store.
Frank and Steele designs and creates Steampunk paraphernalia ranging from gears to personal devices using 3D Printer technologies.
We are now taking pre-orders for the official Steampunk Empire Symposium MMXIV t-shirt featuring “Steam Wars” artwork by guest artist Bryan Arendt. T-shirts cost $15 each and are printed on a chocolate brown cotton shirt available in regular sized small, medium, large, and x-large. The deadline for orders is Friday, April 11th, 2014 (sorry for […]