Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Web Wednesday

I really like the concepts behind all these clock designs and I think they'd all look really striking up on a wall. I especially like the unusual design of the aspiral clock where the spiral face of the clock turns slowly over 12 hours, moving the small red ball inside it along the ledge to the middle. When it reaches the middle the ball drops through the hole to begin it's journey again.

This knitted clock is pretty cool too. It's made by Andrea Williamson.

Whilst looking at knitted clocks I discovered the '365'. It's a clock that contains a knitting machine with 48 needles, a thread spool and a roll of yarn. It's designed by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen to represent the physical manifestation of time through knitted material. One day leads to a complete round, while one year produces two meters of a complete scarf. 

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