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What are your memories for the future?
We’ve all been given them, those standard gifts you get at certain moments in life. Babies get fluffy toys in gender appropriate colors, newly weds get kitchen appliances and when you move house or change jobs you get an extra 50 kilo’s of ugly house plants to take with you. The Time Capsule is not pink, blue or fluffy, it won’t make ice cream or die slowly in your living room but it lets friends, family and colleagues capture a snapshot of all memorable moments. We live life at break-neck speeds.
Time flies and sometimes it’s hard to remember the details of all the fun we’ve had along the way. As far as we’re aware time travel is still a way off. So until we can travel back in time to relive the happiest moments, we’ve created TimeCapsules. The TimeCapsule is the perfect way to capture and hold onto those big moments in life; the birth of a baby, a wedding, a special journey. Whatever the moment is, with a TimeCapsule you can keep the memories of these milestone moments alive and fresh for years t
Inside your TimeCapsule you find:
- manual with tips & tricks
- journal for pictures and messages of loved ones
- handy question stickers
- funky tags for labeling personal items you want to include
- envelope for that special 'letter to the future'
- super strength sealing-strip
- & more!
Andy Warhol Time Capsule legend
We would love to be able to claim this genius idea as totally ours... but that would be a lie. The truth is that the inspiration came from a very famous creative genius, none other than the fabulously quirky Andy Warhol.
In the early 70’s Warhol continually had a brown cardboard moving box next to his desk where he’d collect bits of his daily life such as receipts, sketches, newspapers, phone messages and tissues with Marilyn Monroe’s lipstick mark. When the boxes were full he would write the date on the box and seal it. At the time of his death there were no less than 612 ‘Time Capsules’. This huge collection gives an intimate look into the life and the era of this artistic and eccentric legend, and we thought it was a pretty good idea...