Built on a 20×20 cm canvas, this wonderfully thought wall clock is called the Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks clock! Completely handmade, this clock has been constructed using standard household stuff like Plastic folder, Black marker, Awl, Razor blade and Wire cutters.
What you see above is the Analog Dial Flip Clock that is unique in its own way. “This is the flip clock that displays the time with analog hands instead of overused numerals. The display panels flip every 15 minutes, keeping time at a leisurely pace most agreeable to those who feel the benefits of punctuality are specious, at best. ”
Get into the beat and groove with the Recycled Vinyl Record Beatles Wall Clock! The clock made from carefully selected vinyl record features the iconic image making it a one of a kind time piece to grab up.
Calenclock is a clock-cum-calendar which evolves to new looks and presentation as the year passes by. With messages popping now and then in the consecutive months, it makes for an interesting concept.
Wall clocks with fascinating design in nothing new in here. So why not also take a look at this unique 4th Dimension Concrete Clock that is said to “link space with time“.
Do you have a things-to-do list which somehow doesn’t end just because you forget or do not complete the tasks on time. Here is something which could be of help. Take a look at this Shoulda Woulda Coulda clock by Maria Bergstrom which necessarily reminds you of the undone tasks as time ticks on.
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.
Eclipsion by Jay Jiwoong Baek is a clock with a visual interpretation unlike the regular ones. The clock from Design Studio Cauca although has hands, appear invisible with only three circular discs showing on its face. As the discs move with time, the variable positions mimic the formation of solar eclipses on the clock face.