Perspective Clocks by Studio Ve
by Ted Savage / December 12, 2013
Five ways to tell time: Perspective Clocks by Studio Ve is a series of five wall clocks, each with a distinctly different treatment of the hands, representing five ways we experience time, from systematic to ever-changing.


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The rotation of the hands and the point of view create dynamic displays from straight lines and 3D shapes.

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Funding on Kickstarter now. Studio Ve, based in Israel, was founded in 2010 by Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger.

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Via MOCO Submit.

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