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Explore - Clocks
This German-made piece is modeled after classic Black Forest design and updated with sleek and modern proportions.
A classic since 1971, when Arne Jacobsen created it for the Danish National Bank in Copenhagan.
Designed by George Nelson in the late 1950s, the Petal Clock has been re-released by Vitra.
Boston-based Chroma Lab knows that color is key when you want to make a cheery statement. This eye-catching birch plywood wall clock will most certainly get your attention when you need to keep...
Ligne Roset's LED-lit Pixel clock recalls a time when life's simple pleasures—like sleeping in late—weren't seen as clear cause for alarm.
This clock doesn’t play videos, won’t show the latest NBA scores, isn’t a portable music device, has no access to the Internet, and will never fit in your pocket. Nevertheless, its charmingly...
Inspired by George Nelson's famous "ball clock" and the kid's game "Pick-Up Sticks" this design comes in red, blue, green, orange, purple, or multi-color.
Keep your hours, minutes, and seconds in perfectly pixellated order with this bamboo clock designed by Yusuke Tsujita, which offers a checkerboard glimpse at the beautiful grain of the wood.
This is a green and graphic piece created by Minneapolis–based graphic designer Keith Moore of pilotdesign. It's constructed of bamboo laminate atop MDF (medium density fiberboard) with a shaped...
This clock seems to represent—boldly and graphically—how we feel sometimes, all jumbled numbers piling up while the hands of the clock keep ticking around and around. Running late is no...
Just a quick glance at this bright timepiece-and-timer help let you coordinate how much longer the turkey needs in the oven and when the guests will begin to arrive for dinner. Bai design has a...
Keep perfect time on Dee & Lala's letterpress wall clock. The peacock pattern is printed on cotton paper and backed with wood for long-lasting stability, while the orange hands make the...
It's always the right time at the right place with the Streets Clock. These very cool pieces are completely customizable in a few easy clicks, and allow you to take the streets and waterways of...
Trade in your ringtones for an analog alarm clock that operates on one simple setting: loud. The single bell in back can be shushed with a tap on the snooze button, which also activates the LED...
Telling time in areas around the world can be a lot easier than counting out the hours on your fingers. Charlotte van der Waals created a twelve-sided clock engraved with the names of 24 cities,...
George Nelson might be best known for his Ball clock, but our man of the hour also designed a series of ceramic desk pieces in the early 1950s that never made it into production—until now.
This lacquered-wood-and-aluminum piece, created in 1955 by George Nelson, is signed with the manufacturer's label, and impressed with a model number.
We've been big fans of Kitsune Noir's creative collaborations (and the culture blog by the same name, run by Bobby Solomon) for a while now, so it's no surprise that his latest endeavor is so...
For those with a habit of watching the clock, the fluorescent second hand that sweeps around the aluminum face will help the hours fly by.