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A hanging clock in which it’s not the hands that turn, but the numbers.
Eric Janssen is a New York City-based designer whose work explores innovative materials and production processes.
The Dial Clock represents Janssen’s interest in unexplored possibilities of analog time telling. The boldly graphic handless face uses numbers on separate hour and minute disks and a stationary reference line to tell time in an unconventional yet intuitive fashion.
Made of aluminum and glass with a high-torque Seiko precision quartz movement. One AA battery required (not included).
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Diameter: 25 cm // 9.8 in
Thickness: 4.3 cm // 1.7 in
509 g // 1.12 lb
Design by Eric Janssen, The Museum of the Modern Art, 2012