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The Clock Clock by Humans Since 1982

The Clock Clock by Humans Since 1982

Swedish designers Humans since 1982 have created a digital clock made of 24 analogue clocks, which spell out the time with their hands.

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The designers have also developed a typeface derived from letter forms created by banks of clocks.

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See demonstrations of the Clock Clock on YouTube here and here.

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The prototype Clock Clock will be exhibited at the Rhösska design museum in Göteborg from June till mid August 2009.

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See our earlier story on Celebrating the Cross 1 by humans since 1982.

Here's some text from humans since 1982:

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we are designstudents at HDK Göteborg in Sweden and gathered under the name "humans since 1982".

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After having successfully launched our "Surveillance Light" and our lounger "Celebrating the cross 1" we now developed a prototype of a wall clock: we call it "The clock clock". Hereby 24 manual alarm clocks show the time in a digital manner.

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We also have developed a typefont on this basis. This prototype will be shown at Rhösska design-museum in Göteborg from june till mid of august 2009.