Alessi Dotty Clock
Australian designer Abi Alice works in many disciplines, ranging from photography and sculpture to sound and product design. Geometry, spatiality and form are frequently explored in her work, and she often kicks off projects by studying the creative potential of everyday materials. The Dotty Clock (2016) began with sticky dots discovered at a stationery store. "I was drawn to the varying sizes and bright colors of the sticky dots and began a multitude of playful experiments using sticky dots and colored cards. Through this process, the Dotty Clock was born." Minimal and abstract, the clock is also reminiscent of "ancient astronomical instruments once used to measure time by following the movements of the solar system," says the designer. Alice’s work is part of several permanent collections worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Runs on one AA battery (included). Made in Italy.
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