This clock was inspired by radioactivity – hence the name. The central core (the raw wood disk) symbolizes the atom that emits the particles all over the space. The main principle that was followed while selecting the raw material was to keep the natural appearance of the wood as much as possible. Thus plywood was used because it bears the wood grain which is still strong and thin enough. Owing to this naturalness small changes in color and pattern may occur compared to the images attached. Now coming to manufacturing, the central dial and the spikes of this particular clock are laser cut from a 6mm birch plywood board. After polishing, the spikes are hand painted to 3 different shades of blue, then distributed evenly and clamped manually in the dial disk (see the last photo). No glue is used at assembling. The central disk remains untreated. Owing to the manual clamping process none of the clocks are identical.