May 19, 2009
Neal Bridgens is the brainchild behind the steampunked iPod. He is a Toronto-based retoucher and illustrator. The whole thing is made from scratch, just base copper and brass stock, with the exception of the two copper edges that started it all. It’s all hand cut and filed to shape. The oak front and back are sheets from a four by four. The iPod slides out the top with a bit of effort.