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Studio Ve Pair Up Colour and Time

We love the inventive use of this clock mechanism by the Israeli studio, Studio Ve in their Manifold Clock. By stretching a coloured piece of Tyvek between the two hands, the design duo have created a piece which continually changes as time passes, creating new colour patterns as the hands move.

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3 comments on “Studio Ve Pair Up Colour and Time

  1. Harvey Rayner
    20/12/2010

    hi, i’m posting here as your contact submission on your website is not working. the message i wanted to send is posted below:–)

    not sure if you would normally cover a story about a website, but here is an online resource that may interest your readers. http://www.patterncooler.com/editor/
    patterncooler.com is an online resource of color editable pattern designs and design tools. the site is receiving lots of attention from design blogs all over the world. it currently gets 50,000+ design targeted visits a month – so maybe this could also be a place for you to advertise. very best wishes to you and your company:–)

    harvey rayner

  2. Clare
    20/12/2010

    Hi Harvey,

    Apologies for the comments page not working, we are aware of this and our web coders are busy at work trying to fix the error. In the meantime, any comments for the Mix team can be emailed to marketing@globalcolor.co.uk.

    As for the pattern maker, Mix readers, do you find software like this helpful for choosing colour schemes or for generating ideas?

  3. nikifulton
    12/01/2011

    Love the clock, would love to see it at 09:45 to see whole spectrum of colour. Thanks for pointing it out Mix.

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