Transform these otherworldly paper dolls into a wild array of steampunk characters! From an intrepid Arctic explorer and a vampire hunter to a freewheeling airship mechanic and a treasure-toting pirate, these steampunk personalities are primed for adventure. Each of the four dolls comes with several ... read more
Steampunk Sourcebook by Prof. M.C. Waldrep Featuring individual images as well as original design collages, this one-of-a-kind CD-ROM and book compilation from Dover's vast archives offers more than 500 images that range from dirigibles and sea vessels to corsets and pocket watches.
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Victorian and Edwardian Fashion: A Photographic Survey by Alison Gernsheim Bonnets, capes, caps, shawls, bodices, and crinolines as people actually wore them from 1840 to 1914. More than 200 photos depict aristocrats and members of the middle class as well as celebrities.
Victorian Children Paper Dolls by Evelyn Gathings 2 dolls (boy and girl) and 29 costumes for gardening, a dinner party, formal dance, boating, tennis, baseball, other activities. Rendered with period accuracy and precise detail.
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Victorian Fairy Paintings: 24 Cards by Jeff A. Menges Enchanting scenes filled with sprites, fairies, spirits, and other magical creatures as painted by such masters of the genre as Richard Doyle, Arthur Rackham, and John Everett Millais.
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Victorian Fashion Accessories CD-ROM and Book by Dover This collection of vintage images spans 50 years of fashion history — from the mid-19th century to 1900. Includes cuts of high-topped footwear, elegant hats and parasols, fans, shawls, jewelry, and much more. 683 black-and-white illustrations.
Victorian Fashions Coloring Book by Tom Tierney The full-skirted, narrow-waisted styles of the Victorian society appear in a lavish collection of 45 ready-to-color line drawings. Lovingly adapted from vintage fashion magazines of the era. Captions.
The Victorian House Coloring Book by Daniel Lewis, Kristin Helberg Charming original illustrations re-create domestic architecture and interior design of a typical Victorian home. Exterior, front porch, parlor, kitchen, library, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, more.
Creative Haven Steampunk Designs Coloring Book by Marty Noble, Creative Haven Thirty-one full-page images depict men and women in Victorian regalia adorned with goggles and gears against moody background mashups of butterflies, flowers, and stars with locomotives, hot-air balloons, Victrolas, and other machinery.
Steampunk Notebook by Dover The cover of this pocket-sized notebook is alive with clockwork gears and frilly fashions, hallmarks of the steampunk movement. Inside are 64 blank pages that are ready to record your important dates, events, and thoughts.
Steampunk Tattoos by Jeff A. Menges Four colorful, easy-to-apply (and remove) tattoos depict a variety of steampunk standbys, including an airship, a winged emblem, and an intriguing mix of wrenches, gears, and clockworks.
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Sci-Fi Movie Posters Postcards by Dover Includes actual poster art for Metropolis (1927), Dracula (1931), The Invisible Man (1933), King Kong (1933), The War of the Worlds (1953), Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), Godzilla (1956), and 5 others.
Sci-Fi Stained Glass Coloring Book by Jeremy Elder Sixteen out-of-this-world images explore the outer limits of the universe. Soaring astronauts, futuristic spacecraft, aliens, extraterrestrials, and others. Just add color and display near a source of light for a stained glass glow!
Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells by H. G. Wells The full novel The Invisible Man, plus Wells's finest science fiction short stories: "The Crystal Egg," "Aepyornis Island," "The Strange Orchid," "The Man Who Could Work Miracles," "The Star," and 13 others.
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The Time Machine by H. G. Wells Classic science-fiction novel recounts the adventures of a hypothetical Time-Traveler who journeys into the future. Offering fascinating food for thought about the future, it also succeeds as an exciting blend of adventure and pseudo-scientific romance.
Transform these otherworldly paper dolls into a wild array of steampunk characters! From an intrepid Arctic explorer and a vampire hunter to a freewheeling airship mechanic and a treasure-toting pirate, these steampunk personalities are primed for adventure. Each of the four dolls comes with several imaginative outfits plus a full complement of playfully bizarre accessories, including equipment and animal companions. Captions identify each accoutrement. See inside for details of two bonus costumes, available online.
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