December 18, 2005

Awesome Japanese Wooden Clock Looks Like A Baby Nosepicker

vinta_clock.jpg

Thanks to its meticulously crafted inner workings, Vinta's gorgeous Wooden Clock makes one complete rotation every twelve hours. It's innovative sculptural form enables you to "feel the time" in a spatial sense, not just "read the time." Just make sure you remember which way is 12 o'clock, and you'll be fine.

Oh, and Japanese baby snot siphons are totally different from US ones, so I'm sure the ressemblance is just a lucky coincidence.

Works - Wooden Clock [vinta.jp, via charles & marie]
Previously: Awesome Japanese Baby Snot Siphon

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