Tag: steampunk

Steampunk Art Magazine

H.R. Giger | Steampunk Art Magazine

Back in 2015 I launched a magazine with some friends to look at the genre of Steampunk from an avant garde perspective–particularly from the unorthodox niche encompassed in the phrase avant garde. And then I did nothing with what became Steampunk Art Magazine for two years.  During that time, all my efforts in the Steampunk…

Steampunk | Art Magazine

Does this sound familiar? Somehow, our magazine’s relaunch got away from me. By two years. But, with the help of friends who have been with us for years and some new friends, we’re relaunching it during 2017 August. Thank you to everyone who has offered to contribute to our magazine. It’ll take us a few…

Null Paradox | News

We’re making some great progress with Null Paradox, our interactive rock opera.  Since my last update, we’ve completed Love or Destiny, our second music album and began shooting a short movie called Who Killed Grace? (working title was Addiction). What’s Coming Up Next Completing the first short movie.  While I revise the script and set design,…

Addiction Movie | Null Paradox

Addiction | “…compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli, despite adverse consequences…”  It’s one of the underlying themes of the relationship between the characters of Gertrude & Grace in the books, music, and live show from our Null Paradox interactive rock opera. While Gertrude is addicted to Grace’s extroverted, bigger-than-life persona, Grace is also addicted to Gertrude…

Null Paradox

Null Paradox Update

A lot of new stuff has been happening with Null Paradox, our Interactive Steampunk Rock Opera. G2, the working title for our second book, is well in the works.  We have 7 story arcs that we’re writing.  Obviously, Gertrude and Grace are back.  Seth and Victoria, the later being alluded to in the first book…