Time and Unusual Clocks
Watching and thinking of the time, we might not consider the design of the clock itself that we look at when we want to know the time. The clocks can be definitely all of the different shapes, sizes and designs. Interesting, unusual, appealing, weird, scary, fantastic, these are the features of the modern clock’s design.
Here, we have put together a nice and interesting collection of some of the unusual and coolest clocks ever made. Clock is one of the oldest and most useful inventions human have made. The main purpose of a clock is to tell the time, but apart from that, some of the nice and appealing clocks are used as wall decorating accessory.
We all know that it is very boring to watch time go by and if you are watching your clock for more than five seconds then it will become even more boring and unexciting. Some creative minds have developed these cool and interesting wall clocks in order to make watching time and waking up to an alarm clock a fun activity.
We hope that you will like this collection and find these interesting and exciting clocks appealing.
A Clock and a Toy
A Clock and a Toy
It is a clock and a toy all rolled into one. The clock itself can be positioned wherever they fancy on to the large magnetic circular base, and then surrounded by the wooden magnetic shapes, which can be arranged to create a whole host of fun and imaginary creatures and characters.
Watch Me is a simplistic and figurative wall clock. Its simplistic design makes Watch Me stand out as it brings timeless swatches of color into your room. A color swatch that forms a fan when the colors are folded out. Time passes, whatever we do, but Watch Me adds color to the various times.
A series of four wooden wall clocks designed by industrial designer Nir Meiri. Each is shaped like the head of a different animal.
Faceted Wall Clock
This faceted wall clock is individually cast in a natural, not pigmented resin and is formed in a flexible mold, which is manipulated by hand for each piece to give every clock a unique shape, so no two are the same. It does remind diamonds or an origami clock.
Robert Shaw Clock
Robert Shaw Clock
This vintage Robert Shaw clock from the 1960s has a bright gold metal skeleton in a stunning retro design.
The Ball Clock was designed by George Nelson in the 1950’s. The George Nelson Ball clock is manufactured by Vitra in Europe. It is hard to resist the attractive George Nelson Ball Clock with its instantly recognizable wire rods and multi-colored balls. The George Nelson Ball Clock is the most recognized wall clock in modern day history.
Clocks are one of the few items that are both useful and decorative. That is why people always try to incorporate them in all sorts of decorative projects. This particular clock is called the Melting Clock and it has a very suggestive name. The famous Dali painting “The Persistence of Memory”, a naturalist painting where there is a melting pocket watch that resembles this one, inspired its design. Someone had the great idea to use that concept and to make it reality. The clock was designed to be used on a shelf, on the desk or on any surface with an edge. It appears to be melting and falling off, like a piece of chocolate. Even though it is uncommon and a little awkward, it is a very creative design and it would make a very fun gift. It might be a little difficult to read the time at first but you will quickly get used to it and the effort is well worth.