OMG they have a marionette theatre and it looks like what you think it should look like: http://gabriadze.com/en/o-teatre/
Coat of arms of Imereti Kingdom during the reign of king Solomon II, 1803 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_Imereti
Beautiful old school printing.
#Lunarpunk is the other face of #Solarpunk. It's important to remember that it's ALSO utopia-punk. Here is my most intuitive example: think of a night that everyone feels safe walking around in. That pretty much sums it up, really.
But more generally: a night with the song of crickets, with friends waiting for you at the park with guitars, with lying on the ground stargazing, and with singing songs of farewell to loved comrades who came to visit but now have to return to their homes in the asteroid belt.
I recently found out about the "Semiotic Square" (see http://www.signosemio.com/greimas/semiotic-square.asp and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semiotic_square ) and I've been trying to understand where #solarpunk fits in. This is far in as I've managed to go, starting from the category of Utopia. Can anyone help? What do people think?
The Gaians in SMAC were the original #Solarpunks : http://civilization.wikia.com/wiki/Gaia%27s_Stepdaughters_(SMAC)
The Canadian establishment (via the Globe&Mail) laments that people outside of Alberta generally just don't want pipelines.
Here's a radical idea: let's move away from an economic paradigm based on fossil fuel extraction, export and burning. Then there will be none of this drama and we can all get along with our lives.
"We need new utopias."
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.