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Do you remember the days when you used to listen to music on vinyl records? Nowadays it’s unpopular, but the records inspired a designer from Tallinn, Estonia to create an original wall clock collection. Each item of Re Vinyl by Pavel Sidorenko is unique not only because of the wide variety of forms (they can be copied), but also because of usage of rarity records. Discreetly crafted on the theme of scenography or animal creatures, the collection comes in a variety of story-telling silhouettes while retaining the grooves and record labels reminiscent of the heydays of acoustic recordings. You can buy these interesting items on the designer’s site.
Carbon Design Group has completed their work on the prototype of unusual Domino Wall Clock. I’m sure it will be difficult to guess that you see the clock on the pictures below. And it is also not clear at first sight, how we should understand the time. In fact, it’s simple. The Clock consists of three large domino bricks placed right next to each other. The first piece tells us the hours, and then the two digits for the minutes. Joe Sullivan, one of designers, says that it’s interesting to play with people’s associations. “We’re taking a well-known object out of its normal context and giving it new capabilities, allowing it to function as something completely different." Domino Clock works due to new type of electronic magnetic coil motor. Strict geometric forms and combination of black and white make this item stylish addition to your interior design.