Cool clock design

by | Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Just thought I would share an example of interesting clock I saw during my stay here at Twente, made almost entirely of cardboard!


front view


back view

Enjoy

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3 Comments

  1. design your own website

    Cool design, it looks like something from Ikea!

    Reply
  2. Gaurav Bhatnagar

    You mean “Book View” and “Back View”, don’t you?

    Reply

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