The novelist Ann Beattie once wrote, “People forget years and remember moments.” Paradoxes like these are the subject of a writing instrument that symbolises our fascinating relationship with time. Timekeeping codes and functions permeate its design, but its true worth comes from the mysteries it helps to unravel. Passionate writers have long known the power of pens for navigating past, present and future…
Celebrated neurologist, Richard Restak, is the mentor for a writing instrument that examines the complexities of the human brain. An accompanying 104-page book looks into the philosophical and scientific meaning of time, and provides practical advice for maximising every moment. The pen’s integrated miniature quartz clock and 3-second hourglass are reminders of why losing ourselves in the present is central to slowing the passage of time.