This barrel-shaped desk clock has 12 sides, each with the name of two major cities. Altogether, the 24 cities represent the 24 Global Time Zones. To find the local time in another time zone, roll the clock so the city representing that time zone is on top.
The Waals World Time Clock is useful next to the computer and the phone, on a journey, for international business or when friends, family or lovers are abroad.
Our super fabulous new installation, Fraternal Twins, opens tonight and we are not kidding when we say it’s probably the most perfect exhibition you will ever see in your life. Speaking of time, here are but two examples of the totally excellent work you will find there. From the One More Time collection, the Little Clock by Joost van Bleiswijk, and Floating Frames clock by Kiki van Eijk. There are 14 more of each of these beauties, each different and each the same. Perfect, right?
There’s much to be said for watching the clock, but only if it’s one you’d want to stare at if it weren’t making your life a living hell. Our advanced collection of clocks can be your little revolt to never enough time. And, by the way, stop whining; we’re all busy.
If you’re going to be jerked from sleep far too early far too often, the Bell
alarm clock is the perfect loud mouth with its bell component in the back—just what you need after too many drinks too many nights in a row, eh? Plus it’s red.
|The Bias Clock by Rich, Brilliant, Willing
The Bias clock, designed by Rich, Brilliant, Willing (and really, wouldn’t you buy just about anything from a group with that name?) has a slanted back that can be rotated and hung in any direction, meaning you can choose the bias of the clock face. Rotated and hung: hmmm, remind you of yourself after a full day of thinking you can keep up with your schedule? Yeah, we get that a lot around here.
Who can resist a timekeeper made by Suck UK? Designer Mike Mak’s Eye
clock marks the minutes and hours with a roll of the eyes instead of a twist of the hands. When it’s dark outside and that alarm goes off, you can save your *eyeroll*; this clock’s going to be doing the work for you!
|The Walk On Clock by Yoshitomo Nara
Yoshitomo Nara’s “Walk On” flip clock has one simple message for you in 84 different frames: give a flip about time only if it comes with a dose of tongue-in-cheek. Each of the original drawings represents a minute or an hour, and some language is not suitable for children so we suggest you grow up before putting this one in your shopping cart.