The Only Clock by Vadim Kibardin offers a modern interpretation of a traditional analog wall clock built for modern use with LED lights and a 3-D design. The clock features a stand-up mount so it can be placed anywhere along with a hollowed centre and LED lights that digitally display the time in an eye-catching manner.
While wall clocks are traditionally mounted, the Only Clock features a floating design as well as a shape inspired by a ring. The chronograph lacks any hands or numbers located in the centre of the digital timepiece. Instead the numbers are located inside the ring and they light up to display the time while an outer ring displays the minutes with incremental bars. The clock has a futuristic design that is minimalist while presenting the functionality of a timepiece in a new and enticing manner.
The Only Clock Offers a Modern Interpretation of an Analog Wall Clock
M — April 13, 2016 — Art & Design
References: kibardindesign & blessthisstuff