Thursday, July 30, 2009

Ink Calendar, Kinetic Fibers.

This calendar is incredible, a kinetic fiber sculpture that is not only cool but useful. Each day the dye permeates the the number path and each new month the dye is changed. The calendar uses capilary action to suck ink across the embossed numbers that are timed to penetrate the paper throughout the course of the day. Oh and by the way it was designed by Oscar Diaz as part of "SueƱos de un Grifo" curated by Hector Serrano ( and Javier Estebanin Madrid, Spain. And now for my best Count impersonation: one, ah ah ah, two, ah ah ah, three...

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