“CuCoo Clock” by Stefan Hepner

Take a look at the contemporary “CuCoo Clock” from cast resin designed by the artist and designer Stefan Hepner. "A different take on traditional pendulum clock. Its faceted shape gives an almost obsolete, nostalgic item a resolutely modern feeling. Made of cast resin with quartz movement and metal parts. Hand made in our studio in Brooklyn NY." If you like it and want to buy you can do it here.

Concrete Para Clocks by LeeLABS

LeeLABS have created a variety of clocks made of concrete that all use a parametric modeling algorithm to get their unique radial patterns. “LeeLABS has recently completed Para Clocks, a project that not only seeks to crowd source investment and interest, but aims to crowd source design power as well. Para-Clocks is about combining digital design methods with traditional craft using concrete; and most importantly, involving YOU in the design process. Designing using parametric software allows us to create many variations of radial patterns based off of similar sets of rules; but these are then played with and manipulated, allowing each pattern to be expressive in surprising ways.” Have fun!

Vadim Kibardin’s “White & White” Wall Clock

Take a look at these creative wall clock “White & White” created by designer Vadim Kibardin from Russia. “The White & White Clock designed by Vadim Kibardin is a modern 3D interpretation of the traditional digital clock. Nothing else, simply time. In dark hours the light sensitive sensor changes the brightness of the digits to a less intense white. ” All of the digits are part of a single unit, and as the new title suggests, it switches between two shades of white.

Kookoo Clock Collection by KUADRA

Let us show you absolutely creative clocks designed by Italian-based designer studio KUADRA. Modern-looking Kookoo Clocks as well as Fatti+in là are already being produced by the Italian company Progetti srl. They are made in wood, having battery quartz movement. Strike is switched off automatically during the night controlled by a light sensor. Available in black, white and orange colors these clocks can be bought in the on-line store Progetti srl here. Take a look!

Creative Calenclock by Ken Lo

Absolutely creative clock was created by designer Ken Lo. The Calenclock combines calendar dates and hourly time into all-in-one desktop solution. Hour and minute hands hover over split-page days that each present a unique message such like “No Public Holidays, Work Hard!”, “No One Else But You”, “Trick or Treat!”. Take a look!

Minimalistic Floor Clock from Concrete

We’ve already seen a lot of different creative clock but this one is something special. Tidvis is minimalistic clocks from concrete. Tidvis Vägg is a wall mounted version in ash and concrete. Gothenburg, Sweden-based Kvarnen Studio and Forsberg Form have collaborated on the TIDVIS collection of concrete grandfather clocks. Check them out and perhaps you will be interested to decorate your home with these minimalistic clocks. Have fun!

“Friendly Clock” from Maxim Maximov

Industrial designers try to make your life easy by creating a various innovative clocks. And their innovation lies not only in its design and the way they show the time. But also in additional features. Like in these timepiece “Friendly Clock” created by Russian designer Maxim Maximov. “Friendly Clock” displays your everyday schedule, which keeps changing with each passing hour according to your daily routine. All you need to do is install your timetable for the day and clock will display it with time on its surface to keep you updated about your routine tasks.

Creative Wall Clock from Giha Woo

We’re sure that you have seen a lot of unusual and interesting concepts of wall clocks including posts on our website – for example Designer Clock “Order in Chaos” or Re Vinyl – New Life of Old Records – but this concept is a bit different. Designer Giha Woo decided to knock into one back and front sides of the clock. She removed the tics on the front and replaced the hands of the clock with the batteries that run it! And called this clock “Front and Back”! Very creative idea!