The Time Machine Clock by Daniel Duarte Abstractly Tells the Time

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 21, 2013 • References: & design-milk
The Time Machine Clock doesn't look like a clock except for its shape and the fact that it is mounted to the wall. In place of the traditional clock face is an abstract grate-like pattern that would look as much at home on the floor as it does on the wall. Nevertheless, it does tell the time.

Designed by Portugual-based designer Daniel Duarte, the Time Machine Clock boast two neon-colored tips, one of which represents the hour and the other of which symbolizes the minute. The layered bars move as a whole to inform people what time it is. As time passes, the pattern of the Time Machine Clock changes, making the design even more mesmerizing than it already is. Stats for Layered Grate-Like Timepieces Trending: Older & Mild
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