Decorated top hat and embellished shirt and waistcoat for the Goblin Ball.
Professor Maeltromme’s outfit “Steampunk Tomb Raider” for the Asylum Steampunk con fashion show; created by myself and Wyte Phantom clothing and not forgetting Kate Cox for the armour!.
Professor Maelstromme: She sells amazing stuff on Etsy: ProfMaelstromme.etsy.com ans she has a facebook page she would like you to like!
Whitby is a seaside town in North Yorkshire, England. It has a combined maritime, mineral and tourist heritage, and is home to the ruins of Whitby Abbey. The fishing port developed herring and whaling fleets and was where Captain Cook learned seamanship. Tourism started in Whitby in Georgian times and developed with the coming of the Steam railway in 1839 and the Steam railway is still there today. Well known for its association with the horror novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, its Jet and alum were mined locally, and Whitby jet, which was mined by the Victorians became fashionable during the 19th century.
Goths meet here twice a year, April and October to socialize, enjoy the cobbled streets of the fishing town , cafes, pubs and shop in the brilliant selection of Goth and Steampunk stalls available over these weekends.
A friend of mine works in forestry and found these antlers in his woods. I have painted them purple and silver and mounted them on a purple colour fascinator. This item, spats, hats and jewellery I will have on my stall at Whitby, the Spa Theater 26th – 29th April.
I found this cool old tan leather holster, just the right size for a lipstick, a mobile phone and a purse. I put it together with a bullet garter belt, one for each leg and some bullet conchos.
Below are a pair of Steampunk western style bullet garter belts I made. Adorned with lace, bullet casings and bullet conchos.
I designed another type of spat shape, that flatter the ankle for my niece to wear with her high heel shoes. I loved the shape so much that I made a pair for myself too in leather and spikes.
These are great fun to make and I will be listing some more designs on my shop soon.
Link to the shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfMaelstromme?ref=pr_shop_more
Freaky doll head fascinators made by Professor Maelstromme called Clockwork Cannibal Charlottes. Little lost dolls with scary faces created into jewellery and fascinators, when you buy one and keep it in your bedroom make sure you lock it away at night!
Please read previous posts about Cannibal Charlottes for their full story.
Always fascinated by skulls I have created a range of mini top hats and fascinators using faux cat and crow skulls. As we loved them to death, and beyond; Not texidermy; Professor Maelstromme’s taxifackery. The structure that remains after life, is still beautiful (faux or not).
For sale on etsy, which will soon be accepting payment with credit cards as well as paypal.
I have listed new doll head items on my etsy ~ selling fast so please take a look quick. Thank you and Happy New Year.