Remarkable Collection of Steampunk Sculptures

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Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

Continuing the theme of Steampunk – Unique Steampunk Insects – we want you to show the remarkable collection of Steampunk characters, engines and vehicles created by Belgian artist Stephane Halleux. For a long time Stephane worked as an illustrator and drew cartoons in his spare time. In recent years he became interested in steampunk style and the creation of unusual sculptures. About his work, he says: “I like crazy mixtures, unlikely associations, advanced technology mixed with mechanisms of long ago. I’ve always been fascinated by robotics, its advantages and contradictions.” While creating these beautiful sculptures Stephen used leather, metal, wood pulp and recycled materials. The real size of the sculptures you could see at the last photo. I’m sure these crazy sculptures will not live you indifferent!

 

Clockwork

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Speculum volubilis

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Leather robot

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Rouler de patins

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Beauty machine

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Araignee

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Marriachical spider

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Robot pet

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Marriachical horse

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Voiture hublot

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Cyclist

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Wheelchair telefunken

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Donatella

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Marriachi brothers

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Homme volant

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Wheelchair robot

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Little flying civil servant

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Tondeuse agazon

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Romantic bot

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

My little robot

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Armored car

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Theodore houben

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Boxer

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

Leibig car

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Ny car

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Flying controller

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Batman begin

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

 

Fifaxs car

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

Steampunk by Stephane Halleux

63 comments
  1. I would love to purchase one of your creations.They are the most interesting art I have seen in a long time. Is there a way to see and purchase an item.

  2. Hi, is there any link to all those sculptures a bove. Would really loves to purchase them online. Thanks

  3. that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cool i loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Your stuff is totally kick awesome! The best steampunk and found object art I have ever seen bar none…Where can I see more?

  5. Love this style and the creativity, especially the elongated and top-heavy people. Very cool. Thanks for sharing!

  6. greetings from mexico very nice,incredible!!!
    you should do some toys from this…for sure I would
    buy em all!!amazing

  7. Hi mister, i wish meet you with for make a object. Can you contact me please?
    tx
    Luca

  8. whahahahah hahahaha wonderful, wonderful sculptures, so full of life, the expressions, ‘speculum volubilis’ – brilliant! the cyclist crouched double over his ‘bike, the face of the woman in ‘beauty machine’, the boxer…all of them, brilliant!they had me howling laughing!
    I’ve really enjoyed seeing these, thanks very much to Stephane Halleux for creating these.

  9. these are absolutely amazing! all of them i truly wish i had a collection of these they are just so incredible you are a very creative and talented person

  10. This is really awesome!!! I imagine them as living species – what a world would that be… With a script like from Douglas Adams, they all could be part in a movie. Anyway the Marriachi brothers remind me of the Vogons in “Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy” Keep on!!!

  11. Impressive mate. Intricate and simplistic at the same time. I love the fly and the wheelchair robot.
    Brilliant work, all the best.

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