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March 29, 2008

Watchcocks

Minimal_watch Unreadable minimalist watches (at Oobject. Many other displays there, f. ex. Great climbing walls)

Dropclock is an aesthetically intriguing motion clock screensaver. Every minute of real time is numerically expressed with heavy Helvetica dropping into water in super slow-motion. (From Presurfer. Also there, Remember You Will Die Watch)

In the 17th and 18th century Baroque art period, time was less insisting, and artisans of the old world devoted countless hours fashioning intricate covers to protect the delicate balance wheels of fine watches. These covers, or watchcocks were placed on the movement and inside the watch cases, thereafter seen only on infrequent occasions when the cases were opened

Robert Lang, creator of delightful Origami insects,, and author of many Origami books (including Origami Design Secrets) has made an Origami Klein Bottle

All New – Featuring the personal websites of Grow-a-brain’s readers! Today, Tony Zimnoch’s Bench from West Yorkshire, UK (I presume)... Submit yours for consideration.

A Huge Depository of Unusual Clocks and Watches Here

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Thank You Sir :)

Posted by: Tony Zimnoch at Mar 29, 2008 5:26:52 AM

Yes! United Kingdom .at least,for the time being............

Posted by: Tony Zimnoch at Mar 29, 2008 5:28:00 AM

Robert Lang could be K.D langs's long lost..

Posted by: Ian Mariano at Mar 29, 2008 11:52:42 AM

Robert Lang could be K.D langs's long lost..

Posted by: Reno Real Estate at Mar 29, 2008 11:52:55 AM