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Tin Insect Clock
iOS Universal Lifestyle
Get together, tin insects! Where do you come from, tin insects? Who are you,
beetle or snail? In this photo clock, you can meet with insects somehow good old, heartwarming and strange. This clock comes with original background music.
Sculptor Akio Takase created them freely by his fingers mainly from old tin and celluloid toys with steel wire. Those insects are never appered in any picture book. Enjoy meeting with them in this photo clock.
-You can switch on/off the clock.
-You can move the clock anywhere in the flame, touching the panel with your finger.
-You can choose letter size in the clock from 2.
-This program will select the date display style, either YY/MM/DD/Day(of the Week) or Day/DD/MM/YY, automatically according to your system environment, language and format.
-You can set the alarm.
-Slide show will start at regular intervals in clock display.
-You can adjust the interval of the slide show.
-Background music function is already equipped.
-You can switch on/off the background music.
-You can select the music from 3.
-You can search favorite picture from thumbnail.
Created by Akio Takase
1942 Born in Itoigawa City Niigata Prefecture
1965 Graduated from Sculpture School of Kanazawa College of Art
1967 Graduated from Sculpture Studio of Special Graduate Course of Tokyo University of the Arts.
1973 Joined to Environment Art Studio Inc. Left in 1980.
1981 Established and presided Formative Space Laboratory.
He is very active now in holding variety of exhibitions in many places.
Photographed by Chieko Shiraishi
She was born in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture. She is chasing small pieces of memories staying close in everyday life during her photograph journey. She has published a photo album “Cactus and a tail” and a collaboration work with a novel “A town sank under the sea”. She is active as a free photographer releasing photos in magazines or exhibitions.
BGM by Tobo Yoshino Produced by Toshikazu Hibino
Designed by Yukio Okazaki
Directed by slowtime design Inc., a company providing “Mattari” or slow life to the world