Microsweep Projector Clock
by Josh Rubin
on 02 September 2004
This clock is projected on to a wall to provide a graphic, almost iconic representation of time. The clock features smooth sweep movement and a dimmer. It's available with Roman (ick), Micro (classic) or Micro 12 (modern) numerals. $219 at gnr8
Angela Yuan, a young NYC-based mechanical engineer, has built a fun little clock from an Etch-A-Sketch. Each minute that passes, the machine tilts the toy, shakes it clean and mechanically draws the correct time.
Jaeger LeCoultre's Atmos 561 Clock by Marc Newson
Suspended in a bubble block of Baccarat crystal and powered by temperature change, Jaeger LeCoultre's Atmos 561 mechanical clock is the work of Australian super-designer Marc Newson (known for designing the Ikepod watch and a million other sleek...
Mystic Wall Clock
by Doug Black
The Mystic Wall Clock is a quiet addition to the new crop of products on Personal Interior Design, the Swedish internet shop. With no numbers and barely discernible hands, it's certainly not the most efficient timepiece. But what it lacks in logical...
The Barcode Clock
by Parker Hutchinson
Signals for $35.
Give yourself a gift by supporting this annual clock's Kickstarter campaign
by CH Editors
With a beautiful color wheel-inspired design that mimics the seasons, filmmaker-cum-designer (and longtime friend of CH) Scott Thrift's annual clock "The Present" re-imagines a clock to remind us to take a moment to find that ever-elusive state...
Sèvres Vase Clock
by Tim Yu
The Sèvres Vase Clock, a prototype by Georgios Maridakis, indicates the hour with an audible knock. Just place the vase of your choice on the brass and wood stand and the hammer will strike the vase each hour. Each vase makes a different sound...
Wake Alarm from Tiny Hearts
A new alarm app that attempts making mornings easier
by Katie Olsen
If your natural reaction to the alarm going off is to cause your phone physical harm, Tiny Hearts' Wake Alarm could be perfect for you. Released today, Wake Alarm was created in an attempt to make mornings easier, with an almost completely personalized...
Kitsune Noir, Dan Funderbergh and Furni's subversively modern take on the cuckoo clock
by Julie Wolfson
Kitsune Noir today launched the first in a new ongoing series of laser-cut birch wood clocks. The premier edition features the decorative patterns of artist and wallpaper designer Dan Funderburgh created in collaboration with the Montreal-based design...
A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
300 synchronized clocks complete an installation series on time from Stockholm's strategic design group
by Richard Prime
Next month, Humans since 1982 unveils its latest installation "A million times" at Design Days Dubai, which will incorporate 300 interconnected analog clocks working together to form a singular installation that measures almost 3.5 meters wide...
Maison & Objet 2014: Glass
Exploring the integration of history in contemporary design in glasswork at the Paris design fair
by Isabelle Doal
When considering the work of glass, two places in the world are famous for the refinement of the tradition: the Czech Republic's Bohemia region and Venice, Italy. While tradition is often a source of inspiration, we are in an era in which tradition...
Assembly Design's 00 Clock
Juxtaposing measurement and abstraction, a grid wall-clock with reversible hands
by Hans Aschim
Balancing a calculated academic approach with a very tactile studio process, the New York City-based duo Assembly Design (responsible for the imaginative furniture collaboration that debuted at this year's ICFF) is now exploring familiar territory...
Reconnecting Time by Hu Shaoming
The Chinese art student unzips the beauty and mechanics of old gadgets
by Alessandro De Toni
Hu Shaoming, a young and talented art student from Guangzhou Art Academy has recently attracted the unexpected attention of the local art world with his curious exhibition entitled "Reconnecting Time" ("He: Shiguan Xilie" in Chinese). Supported...