Watch Sculptures by Dominic Wilcox

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I can’t get sufficient of no matter magic comes out of Dominic Wilcox‘s mind… this time he’s created a collection of intelligent watch sculptures for Dezeen Area on the London Design Pageant. He’s hooked up figures to the palms of watches to suggest the interplay between the arms, in addition to the thought of fleeting time and endless repetition.

He says, “The miniature determine on the second hand strikes round always and the determine on the minute hand seems stationary. I hung out serious about the connection between the 2 individuals, how one passes one other repeatedly and I attempted to consider when that state of affairs occurs in actual life or in an imagined state of affairs.”

Watch sweeper. “The numbers and arms of a watch are swept away by a watch sweeper.”

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The unrequited handshake. “The outstretched hand of friendship is regularly rejected.”

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Adventures of a younger vegetarian OR Pigs shall fly. “A small woman makes an attempt to cease a butcher chopping up a pig by hanging on his arm whereas the pig floats away.”

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Disguise ‘n’ search. “A pig tailed woman hides behind a tree from a looking boy.”

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The sitting man. A person so engrossed in his iPhone that he fails to note a monkey balanced on the top of a weightlifting boy standing on the arm of an aged rollerskater.

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London looter. A hooded youth on the second hand carries away a LCD TV whereas a riot policeman appears on passively. “I needed to stroll throughout Mare Road in Hackney to get house through the riots. I keep in mind seeing a boy carrying an LCD TV down a again road. I observed how the police appeared not sure the best way to react, holding their round shields whereas the boy held an oblong TV.”

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