Friday, November 11, 2011
If you'd had any of these clocks a few days ago, you'd have had another clock to reset for the end of Daylight Saving Time — but they're so nice, you might not have minded.
The one above is from Karlsson, which makes a large range of wall clocks. Karlsson is now owned by Present Time, and I first found the company's clocks on the Present Time web site. Present Time doesn't list this specific clock, but does have many others. I did find this specific clock on Amazon's stores in the UK and France — and Karlsson has dealers around the world.
Newgate is another company that makes a wide range of clocks, including this Brixton clock. [via Retro to Go]
This clock is made from recycled coffee cups!
Schoolhouse Electric describes this clock: "A faithful reproduction of the classic IBM indicator clocks found in offices, warehouses and schools during the mid-20th century." It's now hand-assembled in the Schoolhouse Electric factory in Portland, Oregon. [via Mark McClusky]
Another nice, simple — and colorful — wall clock comes from West Elm. [via Apartment Therapy]
Nova68 tells us: "This elegant and perfectly balanced wall clock was designed by Swiss industrial designer Max Bill in 1956." [via Better Living Through Design]
And finally, let's admire the wall clocks from Thomas Bai.
Keeping Track of Time: Six Simple Round Wall Clocks