As I was flipping through the New York Times the other day, I happened across an ad in the paper for their online store. The historian in me always finds their offerings of interest, but this time, I saw an old timey print that’s sure to fit in with the decor of any Steampunk’s home.
That’s one of two prints of spare parts for the Jacquard looms at the Scalamandre silk mill in Long Island City, Queens, in July of 2004. Both are visually impressive and sufficiently steamy for anyone hoping to add a bit of vintage flair to their walls. The prints are of exhibition quality, printed on the highest quality fiber-based Hahnemuehle archival paper that has been tested to withstand normal home lighting conditions for more than 100 years.
Both Spare Parts images can be purchased at the New York Times Store.