Juan Pierre Dubois, MuldersWorld.com Editor
Article Source: http://muldersworld.com/photo.asp?id=18644
Bran Castle in Romania is looking for a new owner at a bargain of $140 Million.
We know it as the Castle of Dracula, but it actually goes by the name of Bran Castle. In the heart of Transylvania in Romania, it is the of setting Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The world’s most famous vampire, Dracula was inspired by Vlad the Impaler, the ruler of Transylvania in the 15th century.
Card of Misfortune: “Shop Around”
One of the features of The Goblin Market live event is the chance to win a Card of Misfortune from one of our games or in trade for something valuable… like confessing what your favorite color is, your worst fears, or the name of your first love.
Here is an example of one. Do share it with a friend or two.
Do check out our next live event, The Goblin Market presents The Carnival Obscura at The Steampunk World’s Fair on May 16th in Piscataway, NJ.
Hunt Glass Works, Inc., Manufacturer RADIO SET (Circa 1920)
In the collection of: Corning Museum of Glass
Description: Colorless glass; blown, mold-blown, tooled, applied, cut, engraved, assembled; metal parts. One part consists of a mold-blown rectangular base with a ring in the center, engraved with flowers. The other part is a trumpet with a curved stem, probably free blown and shaped to fit the ring of the base, also engraved with flowers.
If you are joining us at our live event, The Goblin Market presents The Carnival Obscura at The Steampunk World’s Fair on Friday May 16th, 2014 in Piscataway NJ, you will see a 16 foot tall robot built by Thomas Willeford: Brute Force Studios. Mr. Willeford has been a previous feature on the page and the robot will be impressive in person.
Progress pics can be found on Brute Force Studio’s tumblr: http://brute-force-studios.tumblr.com/
This historical anachronism promotional shows the conceptual design. If you go on his page, you will see all the build pictures.
Digital image montage by Egregore - The Art and Design of Aristotle Pramagioulis
Kraken Bookends by Dellamorte & Co.
Robot Progress Report:
It’s been riveting… Seriously…. So many freaking rivets!
This is what the front porch currently looks like.
The Gentleman’s Guide to Amputation
Closer view: http://k19.kn3.net/taringa/0/3/1/2/5/4/rodolfogs/7B7.jpg?265
Still from “Lost in Venice.. Again”
By Stephanie Farago
Trailer of the video:http://www.artamuse.com/film.html
Photography by Gray Scott
To see more of the photographer’s work:http://photoandvideos.altervista.org/tag/gray-scott/?doing_wp_cron=1397869874.4209389686584472656250
[Note: As odd as this sounds, there is no official website for this photographer. There is another website for a Gray Scott, but it appears to be another person. If anyone knows of this photographer’s website, please message us. ]
We will have these available at the event, and the artist herself will be there as well at The Goblin Market (thegoblinmarketofficial) presents The Carnival Obscura (VIP tickets required) at The Steampunk World’s Fair, and at her vending booth.
Check out her website for more of her work.
The Goblin Market Presents the Carnival Obscura at The Steampunk World’s Fair 2014
Friday May 16th, 2014
The Goblin Market is an interactive, exhibition and theatre event that deals with a darker and fictional interpretation of what we refer to as Victoriana (1830-1900), and directly succeeding eras that blend surrealistic themes within a historical context. It draws symbolic inspiration …