magnet clock by designplus magnet clock by designplus
sep 08, 2009

magnet clock by designplus

magnet clock by designplus

argentinean industrial design studio designplus has sent in images of their magnet clock. designed for the fridge this playful creation allows users to arrange their day through a series of activities (illustrated on the series of magnets).

packaging of magnet clock

  • Really nice, light-hearted way to method for planning your day.

    Stiffey says:
  • This design is very similar to the Magnetic Project, from de industrial designer Ignacio Pilotto.
    http://ignaciopilotto.wordpress.com/2008/05/15/magnetic/

    Luciana says:
  • I think this is a great idee. I was having a silmar idee with none magnetic.

    #Luciana I don’t find this idee simular to industrial designer Ignacio Pilotto.

    Thomas K says:
  • Cool idea, but what are the activities? I see can-can dancing, police brutality, begging for mercy, a headless corpse, and at least one activity that I’m fairly sure is X-rated.

    “Sorry, at 3:00 I’m scheduled for a sound beating with a stick. How about 4:30?”

    Nermal says:
  • Seriously, clubs need this concept to remember everyone of happy hour, live show, closing time.

    Rui says:
  • “Every designers’ dirty little secret is that they copy other designers’ work. They see work they like, and they imitate it. Rather cheekily, they call this inspiration.”…..

    Roger says:
  • cool! It cannot replace a normal organizer but it can make up your day 🙂

    V says:
  • This idea was used by Lo-La Designs over a year ago –
    http://loladesigns.wordpress.com/about/lodz-design-2008-konkurs-make-me-contest-make-me/

    this clock was on Designboom Mart in Copenhagen this year

    M says:
  • More fashions welcome go to visit [url=http://www.tradebeneficiary.com/] http://www.tradebeneficiary.com[/url%5D

    candy says:

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