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Fun With Time: Moving Watch Sculptures

Monday 10.03.2011 , Posted by
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The tiny people in Dominic Wilcox’s sculptures are always very punctual. His “Watch Sculptures” place figures on the ticking hands of wrist and pocket watches, letting the two hands playfully bring the scene together every 60 seconds. See the interview at the bottom of this post, then head to dominicwilcox.com for more of his very unique works.

An interview with Dominic Wilcox from Dezeen:

The Watch Sculptures in action:

Via: dezeen.com

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