Tag Archives: Steampunk
Before Clockwork Watch became a massive graphic novel series, it was a humble film script that told the tale of a white man who fell in love with a black woman, in a world where such an affair was forbidden. That woman embodied the future of humanity, the fate of an angry young Sikh boy, […]
For the past four years, Corey and I have braved the Wild Wild West to exhibit / launch our new titles at the phenomenon called San Diego Comic Con, probably the world’s biggest comic art convention, which is rumoured to have 180 thousand attendees every day. The experience is daunting, as we are probably the […]
A new tentacle in the critically acclaimed Clockwork Watch series.
As the first part of our story concludes, we’ve put together a book that includes every step taken over the past 6-years. Behold the Clockwork Watch Omnibus, a combination of The Arrival, Breakaway, and Countenance, all part of our interactive and participatory storytelling, with a decent dose of and fantastical fun! You can pre-order copies […]
Final decision has been made, the book is now with our printers. Countenance launches at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con. #SDCC If you pre-order, there is a chance you MAY get a chance to choose your cover.
As mentioned our new story ventures far and wide, as we look at how the world could have looked if Steampunk were historic fact. These are Tuareg Steampunks.
Tick Tock IPA #3 features parts of Asia. It’s a great adventure, and opens the door to take our story East in 2015. More Asian Steampunk
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 […]
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.
We had a great time at Thought Bubble 2013, in Leeds. Corey, Jennie, and Yomi were there to launch Tick Tock IPA, the third book in our Clockwork Watch story. It was great to catch up with the friends, supporters, fellows, creators, publishers, and distributors! A big Yayy! to the guys over at The Beat! […]