Concept reference images

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post images of the look you imagine our space having. Please include some words to draw our attention to the elements that are most important to you


Jeffrey Reinten Fri 23 Oct 2015 11:37PM

Light fake sand bags. Gives the sense of conflict, danger and mass while maintaining the ad hoc post apocalyptic feel.

Could be stacked in front of the dj or bar.


Ariane Bingham Fri 23 Oct 2015 11:55PM

I enjoy this theme a lot! Could be super easy to sew too! Just need some hessian fabric?! Or even random off cuts of fabric could add to the hap hazard feeling? Sew them from old clothing? Jeans legs, shirt body's? Brain running away! Haha! Love this thought! Piled up either side of the DJ, could this form part of our DJ booth area?? Like a barricaded in DJ?!


Jeffrey Reinten Fri 23 Oct 2015 11:59PM

Sheep skull. Ties the western and apocalypse themes together. Already part of our brand.

I love the application of electronic circuit board designs as it introduces a retro sci fi element


Jeffrey Reinten Sat 24 Oct 2015 12:01AM


Jeffrey Reinten Sat 24 Oct 2015 12:02AM

Saloon doors.


Jeffrey Reinten Sat 24 Oct 2015 12:10AM

Fallout. A Bethesda game set in a post nuclear war American wasteland.


Jeffrey Reinten Sat 24 Oct 2015 12:13AM

Oddities of nature. Reflecting a poisoned world that warps those within it.


Jeffrey Reinten Sat 24 Oct 2015 12:14AM

BONES! All the bones!


The Baron Sat 24 Oct 2015 1:15AM

Here is a reading of the Browning poem that inspired me to read Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower', which was where 'The Brink' concept initially came from. Essentially it describes the timeless wasteland frontier, and all the emotions that engenders.
It was written in 1855, so the poetic style and language can be a bit challenging. The environmental descriptions from Stanza 10 reminded me of feelings I've had in the outback when I was hitchhiking.

And check out the art of surreal-apocalyptic-horror artist Zdzisław Beksiński. A little more distant from implementable ideas, but really nice inspiration for spooky aesthetics.
Don't mind the google warning if it pops up, just hit 'view details' and then 'visit the site'. I can only imagine why google has flagged an art site as potentially hazardous.


Rory McMahon Sun 25 Oct 2015 11:10AM

Have I got a reference for you, I was showing an artist friend our totem pole at the maker lab this afternoon and he mentioned this bar in Romania he visited once that had a gas mask on a plasma ball amongst other awesome kinda steam-punkish stuff, he just sent me the link and oh my fucking god the place is amazing, check this shit out, inspiration up the fucking wazoo. Also made me realise we could probably make some decor that could be used by both The Brink and Steamphunk


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