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…It’s Things Thursday: Moon Dust-DNA?

Moon Dust-DNA

Even if your watch contains parts of the Titanic, there’s now way it’s as cool as the Romain Jerome Moon Dust-DNA.

With a lunar inspired dial featuring real Moon dust, a steel and titanium case that incorporates steel from the Apollo XI space shuttle, rusted steel paws that include fragments form the Soyuz spacecraft, and a strap composed of fibres form a spacesuit worn during the International Space Station mission, the Moon Dust-DNA is about as cool as they come.

Moon Dust-DNA Collection

History doesn’t come cheap, as the watch line will range from $15,000 to more than $500,000, but it’s hard to put a price on exclusivity like this.

[Jomain Jerome – Moon Dust-DNA]

[Via: Born Rich]

…Disaster Dioramas are dangerous papercraft?

Disaster Dioramas Hindenburg

Papercraft, or the art of folding, cutting, shaping and taping paper into physical objects, is often a laborious and tedious process that results in an intricate, yet boring piece of desk adornment.

However, Spitefuls’ Disaster Dioramas are different.

Featuring the Titanic and the Hindenburg (with many more to come, including The Alamo), Disaster Dioramas help you to “spiffy up your cubicle and help alleviate work boredom through a fun activity using common office supplies!”

Disaster Dioramas Titanic

Simply print out the pieces, cut them out, and fold them into shape. Each comes with its own display stand, so you can easily show off the results to your quizzical coworkers.

Now get folding!

[Spiteful – Disaster Dioramas]

[Via: MAKE: Blog]

…Romain Jerome watches the Titanic again?

Romain Jerome Titanic Tourbillion

Romain Jerome has once again taken the steel from the Titanic and crafted a watch out of it. This version uses a Tourbillion movement, and features various pieces and parts that are crafted from the ships remains.

[Romain Jerome]

…Mark makes matchstick masterpieces?

Matchstick Titanic

Mark Colling is a matchstick master. His latest creation is a 19 ft long model of the Titanic built with 3.5 million matchsticks, weighing in at almost a ton, and accurate right down to the lifeboats and deckchairs.

[Via: Spluch]