Unique Eclipse Clock And Minimal Art Object In One

Unique Eclipse Clock And Minimal Art Object In One
Designed by artist Iván Navarro, the Eclipse Clock is a minimal art object and functional digital clock made of aluminum, LED lights, acrylic and glass. Why such a name? Because the circular clock face begins completely dark at midnight and becomes gradually illuminated as dawn approaches until entirely lit at noon. As the hours pass,... 
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Geometric Block Clock From Walnut And Marple

Geometric Block Clock From Walnut And Marple
Can a clock become a focal point and accentuate your interior? Yes, sure! Especially, if it’s the block Clock by Cincinatti studio Such + Such. Block Clocks are designed and carved from locally found hardwoods – North American Black Walnut and North American Hard Maple. Produced in Cincinnati, the Block Clocks are an exploration of... 
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Eye-Catching Cuckoo X Clock With Two Birds

Eye-Catching Cuckoo X Clock With Two Birds
A clock can become a very eye-catching detail in any interior if it’s original enough. One of such things is Haoshi Design’s Cuckoo X clock that comes with two birds – it’s modern interpretation of a traditional cuckoo clock. It’s a battery-powered clock, made of resin, has two birds, one in the clock perched on... 
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DINN: A Minimalist Clock With A Brass Bell

DINN: A Minimalist Clock With A Brass Bell
Alessandro Zambelli’s DINN is a ‘musical clock’ for the Italian brand Diamantini&Domeniconi, that takes inspiration from La Campanella (The Little Bell), Paganini’s most famous concerto, in which the orchestra’s hand bell plays a key role. The round face of the clock takes bare essentials almost to an extreme, and within the circle is one bright,... 
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Coniferous Clock Inspired By Japanese Traditions

Coniferous Clock Inspired By Japanese Traditions
In Japan there was a tradition: boughs of fresh cedar branches were tied together, clipped into a sphere and hung up when sake was pressed. When the cedar leaves had dried and turned completely brown, it was a signal that the sake was ready to drink. This idea was taken as a base for Coniferous... 
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Funny Kangaroo Clock With A Space Storage

Funny Kangaroo Clock With A Space Storage
Can a clock be functional? Yes, sure! Kangaroo clock by Fabrica is a three dimensional image of the pocket of a Kangaroo. A clock with a storage space – unbelievable, I’ve never seen anything like that before! It involves an action, which is to leave a secret message inside the pocket. You can also store... 
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Monti Silvestri Clock Of Basalt From Volcano Etna Eruption

Monti Silvestri Clock Of Basalt From Volcano Etna Eruption
Natura Fossilium collection of furnishings by Studio Formafantasma – bowls, vases, boxes, tables, and clocks – is unique because of the materials used: materials derived from the lava from the 2013 eruption of Mount Etna in Sicily, as an exploration of the link between tradition and local culture. I’d like to tell you about a... 
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3P Clock: Time Is Merely An Illusion

3P Clock: Time Is Merely An Illusion
If you are looking for fun and unusual items to renovate your interior – have a look at this 3P Clock by Robocut studio and Baron Magazine. You will be tempted to say that “time is merely an illusion” after getting a better understanding of what 3P is all about. 3P stands for three vanishing... 
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Unusual Modern MOCAP Wall Clock: Blurring Time

Unusual Modern MOCAP Wall Clock: Blurring Time
When standing in front of the MOCAP wall clock by J.P.Meulendijks Design Studio, its numbers are clear and visible, but walk around it and you’ll notice that they slowly dissolve, falling apart in a vague white fuzz. Inspired by the movie industries motion capture technology, this striking optical illusion is created by small, white balls... 
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Original Minimalist Clock With Flexible Hands

Original Minimalist Clock With Flexible Hands
This cool clock is right for modern and dynamic spaces – it’s Lithe Clock by Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger. It’s an absolutely philosophic approach to time – there are no numbers, just hands which remind of blades of grass. The hour hand is exceptionally long, and the flexibility of the material is used for... 
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