Beautiful, handcrafted, modern, functional art.
The story of Datamancer Enterprises begins in a cramped, one-car garage in New Jersey, where a talented young artist by the name of Richard R. Nagy began combining his interests in art, antique restoration, electronics and computers by fabricating strange and wonderful “retro-Victorian”-themed computers and peripherals. Eventually, the internet took notice and his work started to appear in publications and on websites around the globe. He began selling commissioned artwork and a few years later decided to turn his hobby into a business, moving his operation to a modest workshop in southern California. Several years and many happy customers later, Datamancer.COM was created as a sales portal for his interesting hand-made creations. His original website, Datamancer.NET still showcases much of his other work and is currently being transformed into a blog-only site with tutorials, worklogs, and lots of fun satellite projects.