Yesterday's post was about steampunk and whether it's utopian or not. Steampunk might borrow many of the great aesthetics of Victorian (Edwardian) society and culture, but I would not consider it utopian literature. After all, it has the word "punk" in it. And that has connotations of rebellion, of challenging the establishment, and living on the fringes of society.
So here's some cool examples of the fusion of everything Victorian and steampunk goodness:
|Her dress is Victorian, but the corset screams steampunk|
|Victorian house, made into a steampunk RV|
|Look closely, and you'll see the Victorian/Gothic lines in this truck|
|Steampunk President Lincoln!|