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One of the great things we dont have in life is the ability to stop time, now you can with Your Clock.

Only after you have pulled the cord, Your Clock will update its display to the current time. Elapsed time gets indicated through the sound of the flipping plates. You decide when time passes by. Making your time work around you.

Designed by Breaded Escalope

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I had the opportunity to help out with a test run of Connecting Light in Prospect Park.  It was a lot of fun and it feels rewarding to provide a small part in such a project.  It goes live August 31st to mark the closing ceremony to the London 2012 Olympics.  Here’s some information from the website:

Connecting Light explores opposing ideas of borders and connection through landscape art installation, open-source electronic hardware and software, and networks. Hundreds of six-foot-in-diameter balloons, equipped with high-powered LEDs driven by radio devices, illuminate Britain’s greatest Roman monument: the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site.

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NYC
urban dreamscapes photography  

CD Mosaics by Mirco Pagano & Moreno De Turco

Mosaics of famous musicians created out of their own albums. Around 6500 CD’s were collectively used for all the images and the effect is outstanding. They were created for an anti piracy campaign and the full set can be seen here.

Artist: | Behance | [via: Visual News]

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Liquid Lamp by Kouichi Okamoto

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House in Villa Cielo, Cordoba, Argentina by Marchisio Nanzer

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“O House” in Colina, Chile by 01Arq


Really cool tea-infuser “Sharky” by Pablo Matteoda.

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German street artist Megx creates Lego bridge in Germany. 

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“I never think that people die. They just go to department stores.” - Andy Warhol