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Dustin Cohen is a Brooklyn-based documentary film maker collecting rich, textural vignettes of local borough artisans passionate about their craft. In his latest Made in Brooklyn short, The Watchmaker, Cohen follows David Sokosh, a former gallery owner turned horologist. Sokosh builds simple, clean, uncomplicated wristwatches using refurbished swiss pocket watch movements manufactured in the 60s and 70s. [via RetroThing]

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  1. Hey, is that Doctor Manhattan’s dad?

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