Designed Eric Janssen
Manufactured by MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, New York
At first glance it appears as a normal clock and the time is… Hang on why are the numbers not in the correct place? Where are the hands? What is that red line all about?
The hour and minute ‘dials’ move clockwise around the face. The minute dial completing a full revolution every hour and the hour dial every twelve. The time is always read at the top of the clock (the usual position of number ‘12’) as denoted by the red line. In our image the time is 10.30.
Simple once you understand but mildly odd when you first see it. The Dial is a clock that your friends will discuss and remember long after they leave your house.
Requires 1x AA battery (not included)
Diam: 22.8 cm | Depth: 5.7 cm