octopi locales and steampunk

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Octopi locales and Steampunk

Walking Your Octopus (book cover), by Mr. B. Kesinger
One of my favorite octopus-related locales is Mr. Brian Kesinger’s Tea Girls website (and Facebook) locale.  Mr. Kesinger’s work is not only genere specific, but Otto is the celephod every lady wishes they would have!  His art speaks volumes and in my own biased opinion, touches on the playful essence of Steampunk, so please do visit his website for more updates of his stunning work (at:  http://www.bkartonline.com/ ), a trip to the Clockwork Couture for a plethora of goodies, (at: http://www.clockworkcouture.com/home/brian-kesinger-s-tea-girls.html  ), and his Facebook page with updates at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-Kesingers-Tea-Girls/212094505475204 )
Alas, progress on the Steampunk Facebook links is taking *much* longer than anticipate (due to a variety of reasons), but I’m laboring towards having it finished soon, with a highlight on those who have been patiently waiting for a hat-tip.  Speaking of hat-tips, I did want to post a segue on another Steampunk icon, the octopus!  Consider The Tentacle, a dedicated page to cute photos (as above), and other octopus related photos – to pay a visit, please head to: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Tentacle/104827289684151
Finally, a small listing of octopus blogs from the Steampunk Shipyard, including:
The Octopus Blog (http://theoctopusblog.tumblr.com/ ) –  a nice Tumblr blog with an octopus focus
Crash Octopus (http://www.crashoctopus.com/ ) – the meeting of octopi and beer (and nice graphics)
Cephalopod Tea Party (http://cephalopodteaparty.blogspot.com/) – One of my favored sites, but sadly, lacking many recent updates,
Everything Octopus (http://everythingoctopus.blogspot.com/ ) – another great site, but lacking updates, and
Cephalopod News (http://zapatopi.net/cephnews/ ) – for all your octopus news!
Do enjoy the company of our iconic Steampunk friends!

1 comment:


I Brian Kesingers artwork! I saw a preview of a short comic he did for a compilation, but the name of that book is slipping my mind. Highly recommended though!