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QLOCKTWO: The world’s first wristwatch with words.
In a square there is a grid of 110 letters. When the stainless steel button is pressed, words light up in unexpected places which describe the time. Whenever you look at your QLOCKTWO W, it´s a new experience.
The high-quality brushed stainless steel case measures 35 x 35 mm. The watch is available with a 24 mm rubber or leather strap. QLOCKTWO W shows next to the time also the calendar date or even the seconds. QLOCKTWO W is available from autumn 2012 in the versions polished, brushed or black stainless steel respectively in the languages German, English and French.
Possibly the coolest, most annoying thing ever.
The Ramos Alarm Clock is a little device that deactivates only when you punch in the secret code. Problem is, you don’t know it; the Ramos alarm clock begins to ring at the set time but changes the code each day to range from the date, to a number flashing on the clock itself.
Cool as hell (but I’ll pass).
Another piece from my upcoming solo show “Just Like Us” at Gallery 1988 Melrose. Opening reception is this Friday, April 6th from 7-10PM. I will be there, along with 65 new pieces and free beer.
You can also RSVP on Facebook if you are into that sort of thing.
New book by author Austin Kleon about the 10 things he wished he’d learned as a young creator.
Eight bucks. Seriously. Nike.