We’re really excited to share the amazing art created by Megan Bradbury, for Clockwork Watch: Evolution Two.
The story is a combination of fiction by Corey and Yomi, and role-play by participants at our live immersive events.
Here are two pieces to wet your whistle.
Attendees were given a token on arrival at the event. Many didn’t realise it would be of great importance when they started interacting at the event.
(Pic based on interactions at Clockwork Underworld / Make Believe Festival: 2013)
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing performed at Clockwork Underworld.
(Pic from Clockwork Underworld: 2013)
Guests were entertained by our Absinthe Fairy at the event in Lincoln.
(Pic from The Asylum: The Backstreet: 2015)
Just like Victorian drama’s such as Ripper St, Holmes, etc, a fair bit of Clockwork Watch is set in and around London. One of the aims of this project is to highlight and hopefully celebrate a heritage that is gradually being forgotten, abandoned, or bulldozed to make way for a upmarket housing developments.
Tick Tock IPA is mainly located around the East End of the city, and has references to landmarks that still exist. One such place is the legendary drinking hole The George Tavern, which was established in 1623.
It’s a place that has seen centuries of trends, fads, and scenes, but what is it doing in the Steampunk universe of Clockwork Watch?
“this project is definitely one to watch and, more importantly, get involved in.” – Geeks Unleashed!
It’s always great to have a good review, but sometimes it goes much further than a few column inches. While Clockwork Watch is a Steampunk story, it’s more about engaging participants in co-creation and storytelling. Thanks to the guys at Geeks Unleashed – you rock!