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The People Clock Indicates the Hour with Acrobatics

 - Apr 28, 2011
References: billychasen & neatorama
Has the way you've come to experience time become removed from your everyday activities? Perhaps a peek at the People Clock will bring back that human aspect to an appreciation of the hour.

Thanks to artist Billy Chasen, this chronograph makes the act of reading the time much more interactive. Mimicking the rigidity of form and punctuality of digital devices, this acrobatic online aid hour indicator makes it easy to watch the seconds tick by, giving you a close look at the uproarious positions that the minute models take.

My personal favorites are the numbers 2 and 8, which are shaped by means of some rather awkward-looking bodily distortions. If only you could wear the People Clock on your wrist as a watch.