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Melting Clock

The Melting Clock is inspired by the famous Dali painting "The Persistence of Memory", the well-known surrealist painting introduced the image of the soft melting pocket watch. The clock was designed to be used on a shelf or hanging on your office desk. Although awkward, it is balanced as a common clock and its mechanisms work perfectly. A cool gift idea!



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Taylor Stitch
Velomacchi
QLOCKTWO | BIEGERT & FUNK | Image

QLOCKTWO | BIEGERT & FUNK

This is QLOCKTWO, the fourth dimension squared. A clock that tells time in words. It has a quadratic matrix of letters, some of the letters are illuminated. The time is displayed as text in five minute intervals. If you need to have a more exact time, look in the corner at the illuminated dots. QLOCKTWO has a brightness sensor; with its help the illuminating power of the letters is automatically adjusted....
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THE AMERICAN LONGBOW

The American Longbow is an item produced by Best Made, a NY based company that takes pride in what they make. This Bow is really beautiful to look at and seems quite a treat to handle. Made from a single Hickory core, to ensure its strength and flexibility, with fiberglass laminates on both sides to ensure its structure stays strong yet light, it also has a Bubinga riser thatīs meticulously cut and finished to provide smooth shooting, finished with black hand-stitch...
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IBUKU ARCHITECTURE

Ibuku Architecture is committed to the development of bamboo as a sustainable building material. Using only bamboo, they have constructed these incredible buildings for the renowned green school and adjacent green village in the Ayung River Valley in Bali, Indonesia. The master-planned community is inspired by the surrounding jungle and traditional Indonesian architecture, harboring an authentic connection between the residents and their surroundings. By: Tit...
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