Fuchsia Macaree’s take on Captain Haddock

J. Cooper Reader Find

By J. Cooper in New Design on Tuesday 29 May 2012

I recently bought a limited-edition risograph print of Fuchsia Macaree’s take on Captain Haddock at an exhibit in Dublin. Check out her fabulous procrastination clock [below], too.

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4th Dimension Concrete Clock

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Tuesday 29 May 2012

Made of cement, with what looks like steps of stairs on the clock face, a little bit of time passes with every step the clock hands walk. Super zen. Heavy stuff, too.

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Clock made from a recycled turntable

Nini Baseema Contributor

By Nini Baseema in New Eco on Wednesday 3 November 2010

I have a thing for vinyl, so I don’t ever see myself recycling my record player. But I really like the idea Stuff Made From Stuff had. They’ve turned a Sanyo turntable into a fashionable looking wall clock. In fact, when you browse through their online shop, you will find all kinds of funny recycled clocks, such as the Hard-Drive clock, the Old Magnetic Tape Reel clock, and the Mac G3 Computer Motherboard clock (including harddrive and mouse). What a fine way of making use of outdated spare parts.

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Homeloo wooden clocks

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Products on Tuesday 20 July 2010

Hong Kong-based home appliance company Homeloo has some pretty sweet (and cheap) wooden digital LED clocks if you’re sick of buying stuff from Ikea.

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Clocky: a moving alarm clock

The Uncool Hunter Reader Find

By The Uncool Hunter in New Products on Thursday 13 May 2010

Clocky is an alarm clock that notices if you don’t wake up and starts moving all over your bedroom so you won’t be able to catch it and turn the alarm off. Its main intention is to hide and keep ringing untl you wake up. This tinny alarm clock has two all-terrain wheels that can […]

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Reflectius clock

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Design on Friday 30 April 2010

Today and Tomorrow just posted this sweet clock designed by Art. Lebedev Studio that form digits via 60 little rotating mirrors that bounce a laser beam. The design and concept seem really retro-futuristic, and would have been a great set piece for Back to the Future II.

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