The Eclipsion Wall Clock is Inspired by Outer Space

By: Michael Hines - Published: May 9, 2011 • References: design-milk & technabob
Fans of minimalist design who also have a thing for outer space are in luck: The Eclipsion Wall Clock from designer Jay Jiwoong Baek is a faceless clock designed to mimic the effects of a solar eclipse.

The hour hand of the Eclipsion Wall Clock is the large, filled-in circle, while the minute hand is the smaller hollow circle. When the two hands pass over one another, you get a time eclipse!

This clock is great from a design standpoint, but I don't know how functional it can actually be. I mean, there are no numbers on this clock whatsoever. Regardless, a company named Cauca has agreed to produce the clock. Hopefully Cauca adds in some form of time indicator, as that is the only piece missing from this puzzle of design perfection. Stats for Minimalist Eclipse Clocks Trending: Older & Mild
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