Dezeen’s top ten: watches and clocks

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This month's top ten features the ten most popular stories about clocks and watches from the Dezeen archives. In first place is The Clock Clock, a digital clock made of 24 analogue clocks that spell out the time with their hands, created by Swedish designers Humans since 1982.


2: second most popular is the Fortis IQ watch with a blackboard-style face by designer Rolf Sachs for watch brand Fortis.


3: in third place is the V.01 collection by Hong Kong-based designer David Ericsson of Void watches.


4: fourth most-popular is a collection of watches by Milan designer Denis Guidone, including this one where hour, minute and second hands are represented by dots.


5: our fifth most-clicked-on story about watches features five designs by London designer Crispin Jones of Mr Jones Watches.


6: Extra Normal Grande by Ross McBride of Normal Timepieces is sixth most-viewed.


7: in seventh place are more watches by Denis Guidone.

8: Marc Newson's watches for Ikepod come in eighth.


9: a movie from Dutch designer Maarten Baas‘ Real Time exhibition in Milan this April called Analog Digital Clock features a performer replicating a digital clock by painting over and wiping clean panels on a glass screen.


10: and finally, in tenth place is Trapezoid, a watch designed for fashion brand Issey Miyake by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa.

That's it until next month.

See also:

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  • ru

    The first and third simply explosion of a brain