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The TwentyFour Watch and Clock Cut Your Day into Slices of White

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 29, 2011 • References: behance.net and behance.net
The aesthetic of the numbered analogue dial is a little old for the contemporary class of chronometers. The TwentyFour watch and clock give users credit for discerning hand positioning for each hour, eliminating the presence of numerical characters and even the conventional use of pivoting hands.

The TwentyFour 'Wrists' wristwatch and the TwentyFour 'Walls' wall clock both employ the same visual language for telling the time over the course of an entire day. Unlike the 12-hour range that most circular dial-type timepieces present, this pair uses a shaded grey that lapses across the white face to distinguish the day and night hours between 12 o'clock noon and midnight. The TwentyFour watch and clock have a chic minimalist quality, accented with a vivid streak of color in the moving minute slice.