We’re all for conservation here at The Coolector and we’re firm believers that, in order to get the right message out there and compelling people to take action, it’s all about how you choose to convey said message. With that in mind, we’re always advocates of the sorts of designers who are prepared to think outside of the box a little and find new and innovative ways to educate and inform. We have one such chap on our hands with Mark Kuzio and his highly arresting and wonderfully conceived Topo Clock.
Tasked with creating a new line of environmentally friendly clocks that were simultaneously sustainable, functional and educational, Kuzio set about creating these exquisite and eye-catching Topo Clocks which are a new line of desk and wall clocks that are targeted at environmentally conscious and scientifically minded folk and aims to promote better care for our planet through visually engaging design. These Topo Clocks take their inspiration from the topography of Yosemite National Park and have been created on behalf of The National Geographic Society and we here at The Coolector doth our cap to Kuzio for his superb idea and delivery of design. Take a look at a few more images of this fantastic project below:
Find out more about this exemplary design project over at MarkKuzio.com.