4.14.2008

product of the day: world clock set.



"what time is it, mr. fox?"

$49.95
from Well Dressed Home.

3 comments:

Janelle said...

I love this take on the concept of a traveler's clock! I have to laugh a little whenever I see them -- there's something so pretentious about feeling like you need clocks for other time zones, isn't there? I usually see Tokyo as the third city instead of Hong Kong, but I suppose China was a lot easier to cut out with a jigsaw instead of all the little islands that make up Japan.

design for mankind. said...

HA--- exactly! :)

Tizzalicious said...

I love them!

welcome.

because beauty lies in the details of design. in the pencil shavings, in the blueberry waffles. the vintage dress, framed portrait, old postcard.

design is inevitable. celebrated. design for mankind.

4.14.2008

product of the day: world clock set.



"what time is it, mr. fox?"

$49.95
from Well Dressed Home.

3 comments:

Janelle said...

I love this take on the concept of a traveler's clock! I have to laugh a little whenever I see them -- there's something so pretentious about feeling like you need clocks for other time zones, isn't there? I usually see Tokyo as the third city instead of Hong Kong, but I suppose China was a lot easier to cut out with a jigsaw instead of all the little islands that make up Japan.

design for mankind. said...

HA--- exactly! :)

Tizzalicious said...

I love them!