Where Film Noir Lives...Too!
According to SLJazz...
"The prodigal son (or magazine) for Steam-punk and Diesel-punk has returned, albeit on a limited basis! The exceptional Mr. Ottens (and his diligent associates) have released issue number 22 of the Gatehouse Gazette, much to the pleasure of the greater Steam-punk and Diesel-punk circles - so to enjoy excellent articles, such as insight to the upcoming European Steam-punk Convention, Spanish Steam-punk, an introspective on the legendary Raymond Chandler, and much, much more..."
In order to visit the Gate -House Gazette's website just follow the link below to: Gate-house Gazette...
To enjoy excellent articles, such as insight to the upcoming European Steam-punk Convention, Spanish Steam-punk, an introspective on the legendary Raymond Chandler, and much, much more, please visit the Gatehouse Gazette, issue number 22, located at: http://www.ottens.co.uk/gatehouse/Gazette%20-%2022.pdf
You can imagine to my great surprise when I discovered Diesel-punk and it ties to one Of my favorite style [some fans Of film-noir refer to it as a Genre ] Of film-making called Film Noir...Wiki's definition...
The term film noir, French for "black film", first applied to Hollywood films by French critic Nino Frank in 1946, was unknown to most American film industry professionals of the classic era. Cinema historians and critics defined the noir canon in retrospect. Before the notion was widely adopted in the 1970s, many of the classic film noirs were referred to as melodramas.[a] The question of whether film noir qualifies as a distinct genre is a matter of ongoing debate among scholars.
[On a personal note: My interest in film noir is collecting the memorabilia and the films [themselves] are just the "catalyst" that set the ball in motion.]
Diesel-punk is a sub-genre of the pop surrealist art movement and a budding sub-culture that combines the aesthetics of the interbellum period through World War II, and ending before or at the early 1950s, with postmodern technology and sensibilities. According to the article “Discovering Dieselpunk” the word “Dieselpunk” was coined in 2001 as a marketing term by game designer Lewis Pollak to describe his role-playing game Children of the Sun, dieselpunk has grown to describe a distinct style of visual art, music, motion pictures, fiction, and engineering.