The hours.

November 19, 2010 at 10:11 pm 1 comment

If you found the “Clock for Night Owl” by designer Tiancheng Luo interesting but too tricky to read, check out these other clever but right-side-up clock designs:

clockwise from top:
1. Asterisk Clock by George Nelson
2. RE-VINYL Clock in Paris style by Pavel Sidorenko
3. Hand In Hand Clock by Yenwen Tseng
4. This Clock by Barnaby Tuke and Studio Special
5. (Il)legale clock by Denis Guidone for Nava (which adjusts for daylight savings time with a simple tilt of the clock rather than by a tedious wind)

November 19’s daily design idea is have some fun with function. These five clocks are just a small handful of great examples!

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