People have historically done all sorts of things in accordance with how the sun and moon behave, even if it's just newspaper columns after Warren makes all sorts of interesting remarks about Cam Newton. Using lunar timing to craft super-sick wooden watches, Mistura.
Just arriving in ATL, Dallas-based Mistura puts out a collection of handcrafted unisex timepieces made of exotic woods from South American forests, which dry naturally by resting for six months after being sliced during the moon's final quarter, the best time for wood harvesting since there's less moisture in the trunk (and there's gotta be a really gross Speedo/boner joke in there somewhere). Styles include:
Versata: This round-mugged wrist-clock gets embellished metal grommets in the bezel, a wooden clasp, quarterly digits carved into the dial, and a textured-leather mock-crocodile strap, which any Dundee fan can recognize is not a knoife. Mainly because it's a strap.
Green Life: Shockingly not a general interest magazine all about money, crayons, and people about to puke, the GL sports a diamond-shaped bamboo casing and a band made of leather and woven organic rope-fiber, plus a green/yellow recycle sign on the dial.
Ferro: These wide rectangular-faced beauties come in 10 assorted leather band colorways, with various timbers used in the chassis from Zebrawood to Ebony -- which, if it were Jet, would produce even more wood if you turned to page 43.
The High Museum is currently featuring the new blue-banded P.A.P. Ferro model, which is made of reused plastic, aluminum, and paper, and whose "rectangular geometric classic design fits the ever-changing needs of your lifestyle" -- which, for Warren, went from getting attention to apparently really, really needing some.