Clock made from a Recycled Bike Wheel by stuffmadefromstuff
This interesting clock was made from an old recycled aluminum bike wheel. The clock movement is a high torque German quartz movement and is attached to a set of rear cassette gears to conceal the movement.
The Clock I Can’t See by sonodesign
At the first glance this is just colorful plate. But if you’ll look closer you will see numbers hidden among the spots.
Visual Systems: World Imports and Exports by Shaheena Pooloo
This unusual set of clocks will show you world import and exports. Specifically designed graph screenprinted fluorescent orange and white onto plywood.
Clock + by Viktor Harmens
Stylish minimalistic clock. Besides its primary function contains humidity and a temperature meter.
Colours by Richard Shed
This simple clock uses universally recognised font and colour scheme.
Long-D Dual Time Wall Clock by KIT MEN KEUNG
Long-D is a dual-time wall clock collection. The aim of this clock to allow users to read the times of twin time zones in a visually subtle style.
East Meets West Zodiac Clock by KIT MEN KEUNG
Another great idea from Kit Men. Instead of numbers the clocks face contains of signs of the zodiac starting with the sign of Aries and ending with Pisces. Also we can see the Chinese horoscope, which hangs on the same board as the zodiac. Thus, the designers managed to combine the culture of the East and West in the same project!
Insert Clock by Leo Yiu Chun Pong
Designer Leo Yiu Chun Pong came up with intersting concept of the clock. A clock made to be set at angle to the wall.
Nature by avnish gautam
This series of clock was inspired by the nature. Simple, stylish and definetely unusual.
Orolodiana by Enrico Pandolfini
Minimalistic clock based on movement. Mark of hours moves on the outer rim of the clock and the disk with mark of minutes moves on the inland.
RollOclock by Aleksey Belyalov
The pricipe of work of such clock doesn’t differ from standart ones. Only instead of arrows – marks in glass of a long box hanging on a wall, and the habitual circle is developed in other plane.
Decode Clock by Arthur Yung and Clement Cheung
Looking at the Decode Clock , you can not see what is written. But the numbers immediately appears as the minute hand meets the numbers and “decodes” them making them readable.