Home & Garden
Thanks go to Megumi Yoshida, Lion's Roar's art director, for finding this Kung Fu Clock from whenwatch for the auction. As whenwatch says, the clock "is designed to relieve people?s tension and release pressure when they pay attention to time. We want to show time is not that boring and ruthless."
whenwatch also says that they hope that "every time, when you look at this clock, you can enjoy the fun as well as the happiness from life which time can bring you."
The clock shows a classic image of Chinese traditional martial arts: vest, breeches, cloth shoes. The longest leg of the figure is the second hand, the head and upper body are the hour hand and the other leg is the minute hand. Every second, this clock will show a different martial arts movement.
"With the second hand constantly moving, every single different movement ends up looking animated! It's changing every second. There will be a totally different movement after one minute. Then after one hour another vivid image appear. Whenever you see Kung Fu clock, you can always enjoy a dynamic martial arts picture."
whenwatch: live in interesting times.
Item Special Note
The retail value for this item includes cost of shipping from whenwatch in China to Lion's Roar in Canada.
All prices $USD.
Cost of shipping not included; $20.00USD added at time of payment processing.
Ships only within North America.
Local customs and/or duty charges may apply.
At the conclusion of the auction, the winning bid will be charged to the credit card on file.
Lion's Roar Foundation stores data...
Your support matters, so Lion's Roar Foundation would like to use your information to keep in touch about things that may matter to you. If you choose to hear from Lion's Roar Foundation, we may contact you in the future about our ongoing efforts.