More than 90% of "SteamPunk Airship" is made up of plastic waste.
A year has passed since the epidemic, sales of disinfection and cleaning supplies have doubled, and plastic bottles went to the landfill after they were used! Alan Sin stared at the plastic bottles at home for a long time. Alan Sin took the bottles and started cutting. Small decorations were added, colours were painted, and they gradually became what they are now.
Alan Sin was in love with the steamer product of the British Victorian Industrial Revolution. Since then, illustrators and film creations have produced many SteamPunk airship that violate physical science.