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The Flower Clock Seems to Play the 'Love Me, Love Me Not' Game

 - Oct 27, 2010
References: yankodesign
I feel as though you could play the classic childhood pastime 'Love Me, Love Me Not,' game with the Flower Clock. Not only does it look exactly like the daisies used for the game, but its petals also disappear in order to tell the time.

Designed by Rafael Assandri, the Flower Clock is made up of twelve petals, each representing five minutes. As time moves forward, a petal new petal is revealed until the whole process starts again at the strike of twelve. If you find it hard to read the Flower Clock, the middle conveniently has a digital clock as well.