The term “steampunk” was first coined in 1987 by fiction author K. W. Jeter, who penned the time-travel adventure novel Morlock Night. The idea of steam as the driver of technological advancement has captured the imagination of fantasy fans everywhere. Inspired by Victorian-era industrialism, steampunk has forged a cult design movement. This faux steam-driven style consists of retro wooden elements, aged copper, rivets, and gearwheels. An aesthetic that’s applied to many things, including steampunk home decor, clothing, jewellery, and even body modification, its reach is endless. Here, we’ll explore how this retrofuturistic look melds perfectly with clockwork, with 51 steampunk clocks that will make you dream of steam.