As far as clocks go, the Most Worthless Clock is aptly named. That is because although it looks like a clock, it isn't in fact one. Instead, it is a clever illustration that encourages people to think differently about time. Actually, it goes as far as to encourage people to cut off the hands of time in order to appreciate life on a different schedule.
Illustrated by art director, designer, artist and photographer Phil Jones, prints of the Most Worthless Clock is currently being sold at Society 6. Available on its own or framed, it comes in a variety of paper choices. The Most Worthless Clock depicts an armless medieval knight whose limbs are piled on the very bottom of the timepiece.
The Most Worthless Clock by Phil Jones Can't Tell the Time
1. Timeless Art - Opportunity to disrupt the art industry with impractical and thought-provoking designs for wall art.
2. Redefining Perceptions of Time - Opportunity to disrupt traditional timepiece manufacturing with antithetical, life-appreciating presentations.
3. Philosophical Design - Opportunity for designers to merge their artistic expression with thought-provoking ideas that provoke change.
1. Art - Artists can use unconventional approaches to design that encourage deep thought and absence of constraints.
2. Timepiece Manufacturing - Creative interpretations of timepieces, some of which may be impractical, can change perspectives on the function of clocks.
3. Home Décor - Modern interpretations of wall décor are encouraged, with new, refreshing and enlightening styles being appreciated.