Steampunk Spotlight: Airship Isabella

For the last several weeks at the various cons I’ve attended, I kept running into the members of the crew from Airship Isabella. This past weekend at AggieCon, I had the great pleasure of getting to know some of the crew members. What they do is quite amazing, and they are very deserving to be in this week’s Steampunk Spotlight.

From their website:

The Airship Isabella is a mercenary ship for hire. Through the use of steam powered generators, augmented by a mysterious essence known only as Aether, the crew travels from dimension to dimension, from time to time, completing jobs, causing a ruckus, and “collecting” goods from each individual world. The crew consists of many a rag-tag personality, but together with their sister ship, The Neo Dulcimer: They make a family.

On the flip side of the story, ASI is a group of artists, performers, and visionaries who have bound together to create characters who explore the boundaries of the Steampunk community and a menagerie of worlds to put them in. On their agenda: to create art for others to enjoy as much as themselves, to share their knowledge with those who find it of interest, to encourage people who would otherwise find themselves incapable of creating something wonderful to put their worries aside and realize that – with the right knowledge and tools – they can do it too.

Please visit their impressive website for a full list of their services, their upcoming events (you most certainly want to catch them in action), and their beautiful Steampunk creations. For more pictures of the crew and the marvelous impact they have on their friends and fans, please friend them on Facebook.

~ by omgrey on March 29, 2011.

2 Responses to “Steampunk Spotlight: Airship Isabella”

  1. New to steampunk…the more of it I see, the more I like it! I have always been drawn to things like orreries, skeletal structures with odd parts and anything that has been stored in attics or barns, lol! I just did not know there was a real fan base for it…others who craved that sense of order from chaotic parts. Great site…

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