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At 7:47pm on September 29, 2012, Jennifer Davis said…

Hello Lord K, and Thank you for the "Welcome" :)

At 9:33pm on September 21, 2012, Lady Smoke said…

Thank you Lord K and nice to meet you too, greetings from Argentina...:-)

At 8:32am on August 13, 2012, Dante Neonsun said…

Thanks for the greetings lord_k

At 2:16pm on August 7, 2012, Leslie Heasman said…

gad to be here :-))

At 2:27am on August 2, 2012, Linda Shackleton said…

Thanks for the welcome Lord K! Look forward to being part of such a cool hub!

At 8:05am on July 18, 2012, Florin Mihai said…

Thank you Lord K.

At 4:46pm on July 15, 2012, Clive Kingston said…

Thank you for your kind welcome.

Clive

At 3:39am on July 15, 2012, Ben Isaac said…

well, thanks, 

At 7:52pm on July 14, 2012, William said…

 Thank you for your kind welcome. I look forward to sharing in a community of friends who enjoy the genre.

At 9:07am on July 6, 2012, Bendeguz Daniel Devenyi-Botos said…

Thankyou kindly for your salutations my Lord, it is an honour to receive such personal greetings from such an esteemed Dieselpunk veteran yourself.

I must thank you in turn for your own boundless research efforts. Your collection of images and sources on your blog has never ceased to fill me with wonder and give much inspiration for my comrades and I.

At 7:04am on June 27, 2012, Robin Goodfellow said…

Well, golly! Thank you!

At 10:45am on June 20, 2012, Sparrow6224 said…

Fair enough. I wouldn't want him as a housemate and I certainly wouldn't want to live in the giant white apartment blocks along some lifeless avenue (always depicted with the lone airplane high overhead), but this early work is full of brio and makes a great argument against the baroque and romantic effusions of the era just behind him. He's brilliant on the design genius of the modern engineering miracles (cruise ships, diesel trains, race cars, etc) and brilliant too on the perfection of Michelangelo. But he's not to everyone's taste certainly.

At 10:04am on June 20, 2012, Sparrow6224 said…

By the way, have you ever heard of a book by Le Corbusier, called Towards A New Architecture (Vers Une Architecture, in French)? It's a wonderful, witty, crazed call to arms for exactly the aesthetic of dieselpunk. He might have been in fact the first dieselpunk. Check it out. 1919 is the pub date. Dover Books publishes it in the US.

At 9:59am on June 20, 2012, Sparrow6224 said…

Thanks. It's splendid to find a site dedicated to my own lifelong cultural icons.... and movements, and styles, and aesthetics. Carry on.

At 10:49am on June 13, 2012, Patricia De La Cruz said…

Thank you for the welcome Lord K.  It's such an interesting site with so much to investigate.

regards...Patricia

At 6:55pm on June 5, 2012, William Engwer said…

Thanks for the welcome. I'm usually not a joiner of anything, but after seeing some of the posted images and reading a sampling of what has been written on the site, I thought I might fit in, somehow.

At 8:41pm on May 31, 2012, Gabriel Gulak Maia said…

Thank you, Chef. So... where's the crew?

At 11:11am on May 28, 2012, RIchard Pasquale said…

Thank you lord_k, you are welcome too !

At 4:47pm on May 19, 2012, Lulu Deco said…

Thank you for the welcome!

At 2:41pm on April 18, 2012, Trey said…

Thanks.

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