As part of Tent London 2009, Warsaw-based Polish designer Piotr Stolarski displayed these wooden planks with multiple timepieces embedded in each of them. The Piotr Stolarski Log Clock is customizable; a person can buy the plank and saw off however many clocks they need.
Implications - The idea of the consumer having to saw off their own plank of wood is an interesting idea because the product instantly becomes more special and memorable. The clocks are very simple and contain no numbers; just the hands of the clock in black and the second hand in red. The signature "Warsaw" is signed in the middle of the clock.
Piotr Stolarski wants his consumers to customize their clocks to their own tastes. The Piotr Stolarski Log Clock is DIY design with a designer flair.
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