Category Archives: Milestones
We are proud to announce the launch of our new book, Clockwork Watch: Tick Tock IPA #2. The first 40 copies come with a free limited/numbered edition copy of The London Gazette, our fictional newspaper that was central to the immersive experience theatrical, staged at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, last week. The book, a […]
Thanks to everyone who made it to The Tinku Diaries, last night at the Royal Museums Greenwich, where Clockwork Watch hosted a first from within our storyworld – the physical publication of our fictional newspaper – the London Gazette, and hidden snippets about Tinku’s private life in the UK, which just happens to be the launch […]
The Tinku Diaries is an interactive journey of discovery, taking participants deeper into the ‘make believe’ Steampunk world of Clockwork Watch, a story told through live events, graphic novels, an online newspaper, and film. This will be our second immersive theatrical performance hosted as part of the National Maritime Museum’s Longitude Season. Meet Tinku, wife […]
Updating the Clockwork Watch Bible to include Clockwork Underworld, audience co-creation and Laser Lace Letters, two trips to San Diego, the Longitude Punk’d installation at the Royal Observatory, The Queen’s House Summer Fete, the Starburner Courier Service Award, the Fellowship of the Victorian Steampunk Society, three new graphic novels, our next show at the National […]
We are proud to announce that our next immersive event will be held on November 13th, as part “Clocking Off Late“, at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. The Tinku Diaries is an interactive piece taken from Clockwork Watch. This is a chance to get a firsthand account of the Clockwork Watch world from Tinku Ranbir, […]
Clockwork Watch: Tick Tock IPA #2, cover and title design Fabio Fábio Duarte Martins. This core #Steampunk. Tick Tock launches at the San Diego Comic-Con International later this month.
Calling all inventors, adventurers, time travellers, and everyone who loves SCIENCE!!! The Queen’s House presents a Steampunk Summer Fete On 3 August, the promise of immense wealth, fame and success will bring the world’s finest minds together in a bid to solve the mystery of longitude. To celebrate, the Queen has invited the most promising […]
Clockwork Watch creator, Yomi Ayeni, was part of a team of Steampunk artists who created the Globe Of Dislocation (G.O.D) – an large scale installation placed outside the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. The piece was created to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Longitude, and it will be on display for a whole year.
Clockwork Watch Vol. 2: Breakaway is NOW available as a digital download on comiXology! Be sure to check it out! http://cmxl.gy/R5b4ez
Clockwork Watch creator, Yomi Ayeni, is part of the team bringing Steampunk to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. It’s part of the bicentenary of Longitude, and there MAY be an element of the Clockwork Watch story embedded in the year long celebrations.