CLE Steampunk is proud to be a sponsor of Key City Steampunk Festival this year! “Some of the best-known makers in the steampunk world will converge in… Read more “Aug. 17-19 – Key City Steampunk Festival”
Using hand tools, lathes and other power tools Marc makes unique writing instruments, vintage inspired toys, letter openers, one-of-a-kind pieces used in duck calls, and more! Follow Marc on Facebook for more information.
Marc found his love of wood turning in 2017. He started by buying a Dremel tool to make custom tobacco pipes after watching an episode of “How it’s Made.” Since then his passion has grown to include a full wood shop dedicated to making a multitude of hand turned and crafted items.
Industrial Shelf made with metal pipes, gears, gauges and repurposed solid oak top -Created by Rich Hrobat. Rich is a Cleveland area resident and owner of his own independent contracting business. Sometimes he finds inspiration in pieces and parts found on job sites and in old houses… creating industrial art is what he finds most enjoyable in his spare time.
Over the years, the dedicated crew has been researching and experimenting with less expensive ways to present and display artwork without the cost associated with traditional custom framing. Featured are Cleveland themed art as well as other more “Geeky” themed art… many pieces are original one-of-a-kind designs.
Steampunk jewelry created by Renee Taylor of RENwear Creations. Renee formed her own jewelry and fashion accessories brand over 3 years ago, and got her start by vending in the Cleveland area before opening CLE Steampunk Shop in 2017. RENwear Creations is a wonderful whimsical world of steampunk, vintage and Victorian romance. Each handmade piece is a unique work of art, many created using up-cycled materials.
Genuine leather goods handcrafted by Renee Taylor from RENwear Creations using genuine leather and eco-friendly dye.
Many of the lamps seen in the shop are created by Rich Hrobat. Most are made by up-cycling metal gears, gizmos and more! Rich is a Cleveland area resident and owner of his own independent contracting business. Sometimes he finds inspiration in pieces and parts found on job sites and in old houses.
Steampunk inspired clay pottery handcrafted by Deborah Egizii using real metal gears, cogs and more!