These modern clocks are quirky, well designed, and are guaranteed to make you stop and take the time to admire them. Mid Century Modern classics by George Nelson, new and playful designs from Alessi, and more, we’ve rounded up the most fetching modern clocks for your walls.
Originally designed by George Nelson in 1948, the Eye Clock remains extraordinary in it’s quality and is an exact rendition of the Nelson original. An investment in style, you’ll quickly see that this modern clock is definite conversation piece.
Your walls will have a wayle of a time with the 05 G Walter Wayle II Wall Clock By Philippe Starck, from Alessi. Part of the MoMA Design collection, its abstract design gives it a scluptural quality that hints at the flippers of a blue whale.
A newer George Nelson design, the Triangle Clock is a re-released edition of a historical model. Its clean geometric design is finished in a sleek black with pops of bright yellow and white, giving it a graphic look that will pop off your walls.
Abstract and modern, the Time is Money Clock is made from recycled Japanese Yen, cleverly playing on the old saying, “time is money.” This juxtaposition is a great conversation piece that’s as ecoconscious as it is philosophical.
The Flock of Butterflies Clock is a 1955 George Nelson design. The face is made from varnished sheet aluminum, which conveys movement and radiates an aesthetic energy.
Parawin is a Site Merchandiser at YLiving and a newcomer to the world of design and home furnishings. With an irregular background in chemistry, management, eCommerce and living in Thailand and Canada, he is back in the United States and sure to bring a new perspective to the Y. When not looking for great places to eat, he spends his time planning where to travel, gaming, and reading fantasy novels.