Instead of just thinking outside the box I thought it would be more liberating to finally just be!…outside the box
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) October 18, 2010
Being unemployed for almost 2 years now can bring desperation to most anyone trying to make ends meet, but for Harold Brown of Las Vegas, it has become the driving factor to start his Rev`Lution.
There is a saying that desperation breeds innovation, and that especially rang true in Brown’s situation, he decided to seize the moment and turn his misfortunes around by developing a radically innovative idea of changing time. What started out as just a thought has now become a reality, this being what Brown calls his "Rev`Lution", a new and novel clock design that reinvents the way we look at time. When asked how he changed time Brown replied, “Well I didn’t actually change the mechanics of it but I did change the look of time, which makes it more interesting, challenging, and fun!” One can go to http://www.worldrevlution.com to see pictures of the different designs created by Hughe Bronze.
Innovative Designer Hughe Bronze a.k.a. Harold Brown has created a new revolutionary way to look at time that one could say reflects the essence of a new generation of non-conformists, or the new anti-establishment if you will. “Instead of just thinking outside the box I thought it would be more liberating to finally just be!…outside the box,” said Bronze. He explains that this new Rev`Lution was created not just for any one certain generation in mind but for all generations who entertain the spirit of diversity, to challenge one's intellect, or to provoke stimulating conversation and finally just for seeing the humor in it. “Imagine seeing all the different reactions people will have to it!” said Hughe with a grin. When asked what prompted him to create this new time, he said there were several reasons, but the most prominent one that came to mind was that he created a clock that would give people a choice from the boring standard time as we know it today, to something so functionally bizarre yet fun and useful that would last, and that to him is time.
Admitting the Rev`Lution may not be for everyone, Hughe says “This time at first can and will be challenging, provocative, and even attractive for some people”, he also goes on to say, “That is the beauty in the Rev`Lution that this time is so multi-dimensional that not only will it give you the sense of time it will give you a sense of emotion, depending on which way one looks at it, sort of like looking at Art”. Hughe goes on to say that this Rev`Lution is not intended to replace standard time but rather to be a unique and novel alternative to it.