Octopod daringly deviates from the standard timepiece design by bringing consumers a more interactive and entertaining method of timekeeping.
This spider-inspired clock features eight movable legs and a transparent orb head, which creates a slightly frightening yet intriguing experience. Made up of 159 individual components, this eerie time piece appears to float within its transparent encasing. The head is equipped with 360 degrees of motion, enabling the device to face in any direction, offering consumers a convenient and personalized timekeeping experience.
The designers behind this clock at L’Epée 1839 have been making watches for 175 years, with pieces that range from unique and daring to traditional and subtle, offering homeowners not only a product, but an experience.
The Octopod Features a Glass Orb and Eight Moving Legs
Ellen Smith — September 25, 2017 — Art & Design
References: lepee1839.ch & yankodesign