The fundraiser for Dieselpunks will be over in two days. If you get any pleasure or entertainment from my website, please donate at least a dollar so I can keep it going. Otherwise, we'll have to go through this all over again next year.
The fundraiser website is: http://kck.st/1pXzoZC
If you've already donated, you've done something grand. You've kept…
Halloween is just around the corner, and I know you Dieselpunks are just dying for a good old fashion tale of mystery and the supernatural. This tale is one of the more well known stories from the World War 2 era, one that is still trying to be debunked. It involves a small voyage in a navy blimp, the L-8, during it's last journey. It was a simple mission, but it ended with an extraordinary conclusion.
The L-8 was, like all US navy blimps, used to detect enemy submarines from…Continue
The Skeleton Dance is a sacred ritual found in Himalayan Buddhist lineages. It is intended to reflect the transient nature of things, including states of mind and the body itself. The above dancer (photo circa 1925) seems to be performing the dance known as Durdak Garcham (Dance of the Lords of the Cemetery). The Durdak Garcham celebrates the liberation that comes from acceptance of our impermanence.
The skeletons depicted in the dance are…Continue
Added by Tome Wilson on October 16, 2014 at 11:18am — No Comments
Mixing together elements on retro sci-fi and old cliffhanger adventure serials, we're proud to see "Constitutionens Voktere" back with a brand new episode!
It's now 1937 and Agent J Fjeld Jr. and Ulvar Dahl are trying to stop a sinister anarchist attack. Along the way they meet some familiar faces from the past. Will they…Continue
Let me present a Steam/Diesel era artist whose influence on advertising industry was (and remains) tremendous. A genius who stood at the side of Evil.Continue
Okay, I can't lie; the only real improvement is that you can now click on the music tracks and play them right on the main page, without having to go to another website and register with the management there.
Other than that, it at least looks different, and a lot of personal "sweat equity" went into the graphics and formatting. Since I only sort of halfway know what I'm doing whenever I use HTML, it took a fair amount of trial and error to get it to come out right. Mostly…Continue