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This is the Hot Air Ballon described by Jules Verne in Five Weeks in Ballon.Thanks to its extremely detail descriptions u may put together such a piece.

Infographic designer Emilio Amade made this cutaway to illustrate Jules Verne's imagined submarine of the future.

Jules Verne's Nautilus based on descriptions in the book and extrapolations of contemporary Victorian design

Which Real-Life Victorian Sub Inspired Jules Verne's Nautilus?

Jules Verne's Nautilus based on descriptions in the book and extrapolations of contemporary Victorian design

Skies of Fire- Ships of the World by wingsofwrath.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

This is a poster design I did for a really nifty dieselpunk comic called "Skies of Fire", a story of adventure, revenge, massive airships and fights to . Skies of Fire- Ships of the World

This is the Hot Air Ballon described by Jules Verne in Five Weeks in Ballon.Thanks to its extremely detail descriptions u may put together such a piece.

Jules Verne's machines by Emilio Amade, via Behance

Even for those who have never read Jules Verne (1828--1905), the author's very name conjures visions of the submarine in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea , the epic race in Around the World in Ei

The newest book by Brian Taves, Hollywood Presents Jules Verne, chronicles more than a century of adaptations of the science fiction pioneer's stories to the screen. Taves has been a film archivist with the Library of Congress since

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"Ardent" Airship by tacticangel - The Ardent, an Airship concepts inspired by Final Fantasy games

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