Wall Clock Blends Analog And Digital Interfaces

Wall Clock Blends Analog And Digital Interfaces
Arts & Culture

'Clock Clock' is a new concept functional art piece from Swedish designers 'Humans Since 1982.'

Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby
  • 12 november 2012

The Clock Clock from Humans Since 1982 is a collision of the old and the new to create a product that is something entirely different. On the surface, the Clock Clock is essentially 24 analog clocks fixed together in a grid three clocks high and eight clocks across. But it’s how they all work as one complete unit that makes this a unique piece.

Six clocks working together are able to form one number, with the full 24 forming a digital readout of the current time. It is in this way that the clock is able to digitally spell out its message through an analog interface.

Check out the video below to see the Clock Clock in motion:

The Clock Clock, is available to buy as limited edition piece of design art from the Victor Hunt gallery in Brussels, Belgium, and at Phillips de Pury in New York, U.S.A.

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