An Ink In Time
Oscar Diaz establishes an ink-able technique to watch the days pass. One often thinks that time flies. Not the case if you are staring at this bad boy.
This self-updated calendar slowly fills the embossed numbers daily with ink. The ink absorbs into paper overcoming each number with color to represent the passing of one day. There is even a color spectrum that correlates to the various months. Diaz uses a standard called D65 to measure such color temperature. For hotter months, think warmer colors: vibrant red or an ostentatious orange. For the months where we have to bundle up, cooler hues are used: a brisk blue or gaunt gray.
It sort of gives one a new vista on how to perceive time. Where can I get one?