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The M&Co PIE Watch is made of IP Brass Color Stainless Steel, with a brilliant white face with black numerals, genuine top stitched 18mm tapered brown leather band and matching Brass Color Stainless Steel buckle. The timepiece is based on the classic brass version of the Bodoni watch that was originally designed in 1984 by M&Co Labs. Each watch is engraved on the back with the motto "Waste Not a Moment." The M&Co PIE Brass Watch dimensions are: 33mm (1.3") in diameter and 6.35mm (1/4") deep.
Tibor Kalman (1949-1999) founded the legendary, multi-disciplinary design firm M&Co in 1979. In collaboration with his wife Maira, they developed a conceptually progressive firm that initially created graphics for magazines, film titles and books. Following the release of an album cover design for the Talking Heads, M&Co gained major attention for their progressive design and became a major influence for emerging designers. M&Co products challenge the conventions of design and typography.
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Robie Stained Glass Suncatcher is adapted from one of the distinctive art glass doors in the Frederick C. Robie House, located in Chicago, Illinois, designed in 1908 and completed in 1910. Its dramatic horizontal appearance is enhanced by banks of art glass windows and doors. The handsome geometric designs, twenty-nine of which are uniquely different, although...
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