The Steampunk Cellphone Art comes without a dialing pad, display, 3G, or games for that matter. But this ‘retro-vation’ of the first full-fledged steampunk cellphoneÂ takes us back light years in technology.
It actually uses binary code punch cards to make callsÂ – a new twist to ‘calling cards.’
What a neat idea, taking something as ubiquitous as the modern cellphone and turning into a contraption that dates back to theÂ 19th century. Ingenious stuff by creator Arthur Schmitt.
The highlighted features of this mobile might include some visible screws, a spinning number counter, and a rugged looking brown package that is the earpiece.
For other great cellphone and Steampunk creations, be sure to check out the Steampunk Art Phone, the incredible Victorian Mouse Mod, or the Steampunk Ergonomic Computer Keyboard