First Neverend by Kitsune Noir and Dan Funderburgh

Posted in Interior//Design by ferilli on April 23, 2010

The first edition comes from a the talented Brooklynite, Dan Funderburgh. The traditional cuckoo clocks contained numerous references to animals and leaves. Dan referenced the craft’s history and added decorative fleurons and a naturalistic layer to the pieces but enjoyed adding a twist by placing some illustrative dynamite attached to the clock. The combination of blackletter, decorative fleurons and illustrations create a contemporary take on this old craft once glorified in Black forest, Germany.  The illustrations are laser etched in birch with laser cut acrylic hands.


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