We are constantly racing against time trying to meet deadlines and what not? So how about a time-piece that does not look like one [ no numbers], nor does it menacingly remind you of the ‘tick-tock’ beats of the moving hands.
Mhin is such a wall clock which obscures time in the form of two silently progressing horizontal black bars. The upper bar stands for the hour while the lower for minutes. An attached video shows how it works. “In giving a vague approximation (~) of time Mhin contrasts the specificity and scheduling associated with our daily lives.”
“Mhin is made from ceramic (body), rubber and metal (‘hands’).” It has been designed by James Tobin.