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Own The Present.
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Give yourself time.
837 backers pledged $97,567 to help bring this project to life.

Made in New York

It's all happening!

Please have a look at the latest video update.

Expect another update soon regarding ThePresent print 

"the most difficult thing you could possibly print" 

say many, many printers.

Attached below are the final designs for the production prototype.

See you on the New Moon.

with love,


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    1. Guillaume Perras on April 19, 2012

      Scott! Take a look at this!
      Now imagine if there was a version with a gradation of the colors that would represent those on the present. Wouldn't that be great with your anual clock? Oh yes it would! :)

    2. Guillaume Perras on April 9, 2012

      Oooouuhhh nice! This is getting exciting!

    3. Rodrigo Gomez on April 9, 2012

      Great work, thanks for the update.

    4. Esteban Sardera on April 9, 2012

      This is so cool to see coming to fruition. Really excited about the execution - great work Scott!

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      Julia on April 9, 2012

      I love these updates as well. The details of your journey are quite fascinating. The slow, careful, forward movement of your manufacturing process is very much like your clock. Too often we rip the paper off a present, look at a gift and then say "What's next?" Your updates and process are a long, slow tease. We see the gift, your visuals are like shaking the package. But we can't unwrap it yet. I'm fine with enjoying this process slowly, exactly like your clock, enjoying the moment NOW, which was exactly your intent.

    6. Charisse Bennett on April 9, 2012

      I didn't donate enough for the actual clock but I have to say I've loved watching the process and progress. Hearing about all the steps and problems has provided more understanding to the industrial process. Many thanks and keep it up! Looks wonderful!

    7. TheChosenOne on April 9, 2012

      Looking forward to seeing the whole model though, case and all included.

    8. TheChosenOne on April 9, 2012

      Just hope a black hand is a choice aswell besides a white one. Like 2 model options.
      Just don't find it a very pleasant colour to look at hanging over of all those colours.
      And that is not even with the hand beind at the 12'o clock position.

      It is black here, white there etc. Maybe for a question with a clear answer in the FAQ?