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14 September 2014

Expo 67 Clock from Main and Local

Expo 67 Clock from Main and Local
What time is it? Expo-o'clock!

From Main and Local, check out this hand-crafted work of art, meant to "[take] you back in time to the glory days of Montreal."  

Laser cut, eco-friendly bamboo is sanded and oiled for a slick, polished finish, while the mirrored acrylic lining pays hommage to the original translucent covering of Buckminster Fuller's 1967 dome.

Available here in 2 colors.  And for once, the battery is included...

Expo 67 Clock from Main and Local

Expo 67 Clock from Main and Local

Expo 67 Clock from Main and Local
images: mainandlocal.com



Blogger Nigel said...

Good to see you back Jason...missed your posts!

11:49 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good to see you back Jason!

11:50 pm  
Blogger Jason Stockl said...

Thanks, Nigel...! Stay tuned for more ;-)

5:31 am  
Anonymous Auntie Mousse said...

Spectacular !!! Own one yet ? ;-)

9:57 am  
Blogger Jason Stockl said...

Not yet... but I'm workin' on it :-)

6:02 pm  
Blogger Barbara Collishaw said...

Hello, Jason!
Have you heard about any expo67 reunions in the 50th anniversary year?
I'm interested.

2:39 pm  
Anonymous Ray said...

In August of 1967, my friend and I drove from Vancouver to Montreal in a 55 Ford. We were 18 and 19. We just had to see expo '67'. The old Ford burned more oil than gas. Barely made it across that bridge that had a minimum speed of about 60 mph. We arrived with about $70 between us and bought multi-day passes. It was enough to see the best exhibits. We slept in the car in the expo parking lot(giraffe section)I think they charged us $1 a night. I can't remember the cost of the passes $12 or $15 I believe. We picked tobacco in Tillsonberg on the way back because we were broke. It was the glory days of our youth. We were so fearless back then.

1:32 am  

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