Bored with ordinary clocks that are just two hands spinning around a clock face or digital numbers glowing in the dark? These striking clocks use a variety of design elements and visual choices to convey minutes and hours.

White & White Clock, designed by Vadim Kibardin

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Target Clock, by Simon Lumb

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The Catena Wall Clock, by Andreas Dober for Anthologie Quartett, uses copper numbers attached to a bike chain circling around a gear

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Domino Clock, by Carbon Design

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Fan Clock, by Latvia-based industrial designer Stanislav Katz

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Creative DeskClock, by Dougs Word Clocks

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The Bent Hands by Giha Woo and Shingoeun, tells the time in different countries around the world

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Time Tuner, by Antrepo Design

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Shadow Clock, by Chiyu Chen Design, in collaboration with Hanhsi Chen

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Good Afternoon Clock, by MILE, tells the time with light beams

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Mhin Clock, designed by James Tobin

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Text Flip Clock

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Coffee Cup Wall Clock

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The illuminating Equinox Clock, by Bram Knaapen

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A Million Times, an installation made from 288 analog clocks powered by 576 electric motors, designed by a Stockholm-based design studio named Humans since 1982

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