Get punked or get drunk with this vintage industrial bar cart. Forget drinking. When a bar cart looks this cool who needs alcohol. This bar cart looks like something out of the space age. No surprise because it was inspired by steampunk design.
Vintage Industrial Bar Cart
Steampunk is a unique genre of fiction similar to science fiction or science fantasy. But it includes a twist on technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th century industrial steam powered machinery. Thus the name steampunk. It features futuristic inventions as people in the 19th century might have envisioned them. They saw a post apocalyptic type future where steam power was the primary source of energy. It’s an alternative history that incorporates elements of fantasy, horror and fiction. Probably one of the best examples of steampunk design can be found in the work of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, Twenty Thousands Leagues under the Sea. It’s a classic science fiction novel that was published in 1870 and adapted to the big screen in 1954. One of the few films that was personally directed by Walt Disney himself through Disney Productions. The story depicts the main character, Captain Nemo, making war on injustice as he explores the bottom of the sea. And he does it in no ordinary submarine. His underwater vessel is steampunk designed with gadgets and inventions that are fantasy and futuristic. I wouldn’t try submerging this vintage industrial bar cart in the water. But you can display your favorite bottle and beverages and be the captain of your own home. Cheers.