Time Gets More Linear

The Lineær (sic) clock is like any standard wall clock except behind the minimalist facade is bevy of parts filled with symbolism. The time is written on a a rotating scroll. That represents that time is in perpetuity. The fixed hand symbolizes the present. There’s nothing fancy about it. No illumination or digital displays. It’s as quiet as time itself. Of course, if you’re one to find all this a bit too simplistic. Take heart in the fact that the face plates can be made in any/many colors.

Designer: Audun Ask Blaker


  • Feniks says:

    This could be a calendar that shows the time at the same time. 🙂

  • Kishore says:

    It will look cool if it has dark background during night and white in the day. that makes a simple 24 hour clock.

  • Jimmy C says:

    Hey, pretty good! I agree with Feniks too, this could be a clock or a calendar.

  • Joe T says:

    It would be a cool calendar but you would need a different reel for leap year. They could do the days of the week, or maybe a bunch of reels for time, day,and month

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