Neverend: A Designer Clock Series with Dan Funderburgh

The one thing I love most about this blog is the friendships I’ve created over the years. Sure, this sounds kind of corny, but with these friendships I get to help dream up some pretty amazing stuff. With that, I’d like to introduce my newest project Neverend, an ongoing designer clock series.

Through random circumstances I was introduced to a guy named Mike Giles who runs a design/build company called Furni. Mike and I hit it off and wanted to figure out a way to collaborate together on something cool. Through Furni Mike has created a ton of awesome looking clocks, so we knew that’s where we’d start. I then added together the curation of artists and designers I enjoyed, reaching out to my friends to create custom graphics for the clocks. The final piece was Mike buying a laser etcher, and since then we’ve been working and refining the idea of Neverend for more than a year now. It’s been a long process but we couldn’t be more happy with the results.

Like I mentioned this is going to be ongoing, as in monthly, and to kick things off we’ve got a design from the brilliant Dan Funderburgh. Mr. Funderburgh has been my homie for a while now so he was on my immediate list of contributors. Then when I saw the design he submitted I absolutely freaked out at how beautiful it was. He’s basically taken the Bavarian cuckoo clock style, strapped on some sticks of dynamite and given you a contemporary take on an old classic.

Here are the details:
– Limited edition of 88 / 44 natural & 44 black
– Measure 16″ high x 9″ wide / These are HUGE!
– Laser cut acylic hands are reversible, come in black and white
– Solid birch body, handcrafted in Canada
– Battery operated
– Ships Globally

The clocks retail for $198 and can only be purchased through Furni’s Online Shop.
I’d suggest ordering as fast you can as I have an idea that these are going to sell out quite quickly. There will be a brand new artist and a new design every month, so if you miss out there will be more chances.

For more detailed shots check under the cut.


10 Comments Neverend: A Designer Clock Series with Dan Funderburgh

  1. Corey Thompson March 24, 2010 at 12:28 PM

    This project is going to be amazing.

  2. Mike March 24, 2010 at 12:43 PM

    Fucking rad!

  3. pedro freenandes March 24, 2010 at 3:15 PM

    This beautiful. I’m absolutely stunned…

    I wish i had the opportunity to buy one, but my savings are going through rough times now :( better save more…

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  8. Jessie Matanky April 14, 2010 at 11:16 AM

    I love love love the line work! We have a laser etcher and although it makes things easier, I’m still super impressed – you still have to design it all! Looks great.

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