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<br />{{Aesthetic|title1=Gadgetpunk|image1=B2TF.jpg|caption1=Gadgetpunk|other_names=Gadgetcore, Inventionpunk|decade_of_origin=|creator/s=Unknown|key_motifs=Wires, gears, glowing parts, circuits|key_colours=|key_values=Expanding<br>Multipurpose<br>Rule of Cool<br>Pseudo science<br>Pseudo technology|related_aesthetics=[[Sciencecore]]<br>[[Steampunk ]]<br>[[Junkpunk ]]<br>|related_media=Spy kids, Back to the Future, Codename; Kids next door, Phinues and Ferb|related_brands=}}
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<br />{{Aesthetic|title1=Gadgetpunk|image1=B2TF.jpg|caption1=Gadgetpunk|other_names=Gadgetcore, Inventionpunk|decade_of_origin=|creator/s=Unknown|key_motifs=Wires, gears, glowing parts, circuits|key_colours=|key_values=Expanding<br>Multipurpose<br>Rule of Cool<br>Pseudo science<br>Pseudo technology|related_aesthetics=[[Animecore]]<br>[[Cartooncore]]<br>[[Cyberpunk]]<br>[[Science Academia]]<br>[[Sciencecore]]<br>[[Steampunk ]]<br>[[Junkpunk ]]|related_media=Spy kids, Back to the Future, Codename; Kids next door, Phinues and Ferb|related_brands=}}
   
 
'''Gadgetpunk''' is an aesthetic relating to the use of gadgets, gizmos, and inventions that are grounded in pseudoscience and fiction.
 
'''Gadgetpunk''' is an aesthetic relating to the use of gadgets, gizmos, and inventions that are grounded in pseudoscience and fiction.

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Gadgetpunk is an aesthetic relating to the use of gadgets, gizmos, and inventions that are grounded in pseudoscience and fiction.

It includes visuals of exposed wires, circuit boards, glowing parts, gears and mechanical assemblies.

Gadgetpunk can overlap with aspects of Sciencecore, Steampunk, and Junkpunk

Fashion

Gadgetpunk fashion is composed of devices that are often, compressed, multipurpose, or can replicate the functions of large and specialized machines. Gadgets can either be cobbled together from spare parts and scraps or purposely built in lab settings.


Note: This page is a heavy work in progress. If you have any information about this aesthetic, don’t be scared to edit it.