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Fetus O’Clock

My biological clock is quarter past DONE, but if I was young and single in today's society, this is exactly how I would imagine my biological clock to look.  I also imagine the booming tick-tock of The Telltale Heart emitting from this piece and flooding my head:
Tick-Tock is an original, one-of-a-kind functional art piece, and represents the female “Biological clock”. With an hour glass in hand this piece appears to contemplate the concept of time running out. The internal clock face is a vintage anatomical sketch of a baby in vitro under a plastic cover. The clock operates on one AA battery. Comprised of: A porcelain baby doll head under paint, wood body; battery operated clock with access in back; wood and glass hour glass; faux fur hair; and a porcelain doll arm.
I love this seller.  Yeah it's a little strange, but kinda cool all at once.  Perhaps I'm getting soft in my old, shriveled-up-ovaries age. {source}
Posted by Karen Sugarpants on November 29, 2008 @ 10:32 am  

6 Responses to “Fetus O’Clock”

  1. Iris Carter (44 comments.) Says:

    Looks like Alice in Wonderland approaching menapause! Did the white rabbit die yet? hehe

    Iris Carter’s last blog post..Black Friday Fatality

  2. iflyrc0 or Pops_The_Ole_Man_of_the_Net (11 comments.) Says:

    From chamber pot to crack pot – you girls do it all -

    iflyrc0 or Pops_The_Ole_Man_of_the_Net’s last blog post..Hey Craftastrophe, I Am Your Spammer

  3. evabaruk (38 comments.) Says:

    I kinda like it.

    evabaruk’s last blog post..Celery

  4. Tracy (16 comments.) Says:

    And you can also use the hair to dust all those hard to reach crevices!

    Tracy’s last blog post..The Paranoid Mom Reviews New Products: Stove Top Quick Cups

  5. deb on the rocks (61 comments.) Says:

    I want to see the male mid-life version. Wonder what’s in his belly? Maybe don’t want to see.

    deb on the rocks’s last blog post..Hedonism Eve

  6. Virginia (1 comments.) Says:

    I get it now! I have been following on Twitter but couldn’t figure out what craftastrophe was all about. Having the visual definitely helps. Great stuff and too funny. Good work!
    Cheers,
    V.






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