Telling Time, Unconventionally

Mark Wilson Explores Making Electronic Clocks With Custom Laser Cut Enclosures Have you ever wished you could save time in a bottle? Or do you feel like you have too much time on your hands? Time is funny, in a peculiar, fluid way. It flies by as kids grow up but stands still in office staff meetings. Vacations seem too short, workdays too long. However time ticks by, thankfully there are horologists like Mark Wilson that are serious about telling time. The post Telling Time, Unconventionally a...
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Submit Your Work Today: Sketchy News Drawing Challenge

Extra, Extra, Read all about it: There’s a new drawing challenge upon us and we’re gonna shout it! It’s no surprise that the nightly news can be a real drag, making us feel like we’re stuck in a cycle of endless bummers. That’s why we’re challenging you to flip the script and report a quirky news story in the form of an illustrated tale. But we’re not looking for any old news story; we want to hear jaw-dropping, quirky headlines that make you bust out laughing, double-take in amazement, or simp...
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Design Miami/Basel 2019

Design Miami this year was a mature fair. The benchmark in international collectible design fairs with all the “usual” mid-century design names and collectible galleries present except a few noticeable absentees; R &Company, Gallery Fumi and David Gill. The latter have been absent from the fair for several editions now and we all wonder why this absence? read more
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