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Read the time by watching Dali’s mustache turn on this wristwatch

The Unemployed Philosophers’ Guild — which, contrary to its name, comprises fully-employed non-philosophers — came up with the idea for a Dali watch while ‘sitting in our cucumber slicing our eyeball with a razor blade’. Uh, okay. While both ends of Dali’s mustache act as the watch’s hands, an ant races around the watch rim, pouncing on every second. We also love how someone from Figueras left a comment saying, ‘I try to catch my watch at 9:15 twice a day so I’ll see Dali’s moustache at its perfect place on his face’. It’s a crazy, crazy design.

Dali watch

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Low Lai Chow travels light and is working on exercising demons from her past. Find out more about her at lowlaichow.com.

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