Go back to the atomic age with this 1950s-inspired table clock from Pendulux. Weighing in at a hefty 5.75 pounds, it’s made with a solid cast aluminum body and a thick convex glass lens that sits atop its green gradient face, held in place with brass clips. Measures 8″ H x 8″ W x 5″ D.
Dig the look of objects from the early days of the Nuclear Age? UK-based Martin Metal Art creates unique lamps with an Atompunk aesthetic, incorporating objects like 1960s battery chargers, perforated metal, and glass for a great retrofuturist vibe. The Davenset Atomic Reactor is our favorite, but it’s also the most expensive.
This retrofuturist watch from TokyoFlash Japan features a dial inspired by fusion reactor schematics and Atompunk design. Its display glows in a bright nuclear green thanks to its LED-lit LCD panel, set into a polished stainless steel case with a mirrored bezel. Save $20 through 2.12.22 @ 8:59pm Japan time with code FUSION.