Steampunk LEGO

by Guy Himber

November 2014, 200 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-59327-528-0
Full Color, Hardcover
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Filled with dirigibles and floating cities, penny-farthings and pirate ships, curiosities and robots galore, Steampunk LEGO is an illustrated collection of Victorian-era sci-fi treasures, all built from LEGO.

Curated by award-winning LEGO builder and special effects master Guy Himber, this full-color coffee table book showcases an eclectic variety of models designed by dozens of the world’s best LEGO artists.

Grab your brass goggles and join fictional explorer Sir Herbert Jobson as he travels the world cataloguing its technological wonders for Queen Victoria. His entertaining descriptions of an imaginative alternate history bring these delightful LEGO models to swashbuckling life.

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About the Author

Guy Himber has an extensive background in special makeup effects and animatronics and has worked on more than 50 feature films, including Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Stargate, and the Underworld trilogy. Himber (aka V&A Steamworks) is also an award-winning LEGO builder whose work has been featured extensively in BrickJournal magazine.

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"Steampunk LEGO will amaze and delight."
—Gizmodo (Read More)

"Plenty to enjoy, with not a superfluous cog in sight."
—io9 (Read More)

"A feast for the eyes and imagination."
—San Francisco Book Review (Read More)

"Includes just about every notable LEGO steampunk creation of the past five years."
—The Brothers Brick (Read More)

"Steampunk LEGO is a very cool book."
—The Brick Fan (Read More)

"Showcases weird and wonderful steampunk creations."
—Brickset (Read More)

"I’m in complete awe of Himber and how he managed to collect such an amazing collection of LEGO parts that fit the color, style, and mood of steampunk."
—GeekDad (Read More)

"Exceptionally impressive."
—GeekMom (Read More)

"No actual rivets were used in making this book."
—ScienceBlogs (Read More)