On Jan 5 Nick Zimmerman wrote: Review - Vintage Tomorrows by James H. Carrott and Brian David Johnson
Subcultures have always had a great influence on cultural and societal changes throughout history. Vintage Tomorrows is an insightful look into the steampunk subculture that has evolved around the world in the last half-century. Full Review  >

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On Sep 1 Michael Carnell wrote: The Implications of the Past's Future
Throughout Vintage Tomorrows the authors explore not only what steampunk is through various art forms, but explore what that might mean in terms of the way we view our past and future. Full Review  >

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On Apr 25 Philip White wrote:
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On Apr 4 Shawn Day wrote: Looking to the Past to Enjoy the Future
Johnson and Carrott meet in a bar and dedicate themselves to exposing the deeper motivations behind the what seems to be a superficial practise of fancy dress costumes, glistening brass gears and a fascination with clockwork ornamentation. Looking for The outcome is an unexpected delight. A critical, deep and probing questioning of what makes steampunk tick. This is a book about how humanity engages with technology and the nature of the relationship is deep, fluid and individual. I ended up savouring the authors' delivery and living with this one for a couple weeks. It gave me pause to think and that makes this a seriously exceptional book. Full Review  >

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On Feb 21 Tushar Jain wrote: Book Review: Vintage Tomorrows: A Historian And A Futurist Journey Through Steampunk Into The Future of Technology
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On Feb 17 Tuomo Kalliokoski wrote:
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On Feb 14 Fabio Alessandro Locati wrote: Great Journey in the Steampunk culture
This book initially shocked me. When I downloaded it, it was a 140 Mb so I thought it was full of drawings and comics. As soon as I opened the file I saw it was nothing I thought it would have been. Full Review  >

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