Clock

  • Art

    Sand Clock

    It’s not digital. There are no connected apps to interact with. The movement is restricted to the concise circular arc of a single hand. Yet the Sand clock by Studio Ayaskan in London (Bike and Begum Ayaskann) might be the most mesmerizing timepiece we’ve…

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  • Architecture

    A Million Times

    A Million Times is a project created by 32-year-old Swedish designers Per Emanuelsson and Bastian Bischoff. It’s a collection of 288 analog and monochrome clocks, networked together and controlled by an iPad. With each clockface twirling its hands at a different rate,…

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  • Apps & Software

    Long Distance Watch

    Kitmen Keung’s Long Distance Watch tracks two separate time zones, simplifying time for those who are permanently on the commute and lead jet setting lifestyles. The watch face features two clocks: one for yourself and the other for where you’re headed,…

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  • Design

    REVOLVE Watch

    Designer Mercea Andronescu created the conceptual REVOLVE Watch to be worn on the wrist and clasped together by magnets, or separately. One component tells the minute, the other the hour, and the last displays the seconds. Check out the video below!

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  • Apps & Software

    Picto Wall Clock

    Picto is a minimalist walk clock designed by Steen Georg Christensen & Erling Andersen for Rosendahl. The timepiece has two distinct features: a hand that tells the minutes and a dot that tells the hour.

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  • Other

    FreakishCLOCK

    With FreakishCLOCK, Italian industrial designer Sabrina Fossi has pared down timepiece design to the essential bare minimum. Doing away with the hour hand completely, a blank disc rotates slowly to reveal the actual clock face beneath via a triangular hole cut into…

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  • Apps & Software

    ‘Till Watch

    Projects Watches is exploring the relationship between now and then through their exquisitely minimalist watch, ‘Till.  The timepiece talks to you visually in a digital age when language is slowly being lost to a sea of abbreviations and numbers. With ‘Till,…

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  • Home

    Feather Clock

    Marie-Aurore Stiker-Metral’s wonderful oddity, the Feather Clock, took inspiration from the glass cover of a curiosity cabinet. The clock‘s main feature is the soft pheasant feathers that move fluidly over the painted wood and softly from behind the convex glass cover.…

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  • Other

    Ring Clock

    mmminimal featured the exceptional Ring Clock all the way back in 2011 and since then its become one of our most popular articles. The good news is that the Ring Clock went into production recently. It’s always satisfying to see an original concept…

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    Hazy

    Ivan Kasner was inspired by blurred images when designing the Hazy for LEFF. This idea is nowhere more apparent than the clock face which resembles a sea of mist on a crisp winter morning – still and unchanging, radiating a sense…

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    Sushi-Time

    Sushi-Time by MINT is a high quality porcelain plate that takes inspiration from the composition of a clock. The metaphor is taken even further when food is placed around the circumference, much like the numbers appear on a clock face.…

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