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Not every artist works with paint and canvas. Zayd Menk, an artist based in Zimbabwe, uses computer parts, hot glue, and basically anything he can find in his junk drawer. The results are stunning. Just check out this build of Midtown Manhattan he completed after months of work. Composed of 263 hot glue sticks, 11 CPUs, 27 motherboards, a handful of graphics cards and hard drives, and a watch or two, this .0635 : 100 scale model is a prime example of the art style he calls “recyclism.” Taking into account the actual heights of the buildings and the spacing between them, Menk crafted something accurate, colorful, and mighty impressive. This video will give you a look at the process.

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Inspired by the rich history of regatta and the yacht timer, Jack Mason’s new Regatta Timer watch focuses on functionality by prominently featuring the regatta countdown timer, an essential part of yachting and extremely accurate timekeeping. With the brand’s first ever bi-directional compass bezel and a Swiss movement, along with a sapphire crystal and 20 ATM depth rating, the Regatta Timer has all the bells and whistles. Whether you’re a casual sport customer, a yachting buff or a weekend enthusiast, the Regatta Timer is the watch for land, sea and everywhere in between.