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August 16, 2008

Dancing on the Water Clock


Designed by Yukio Hashimoto.


"The time indicated is actually the reversed reflection of a digital LED clock on the bottom of the piece."

[via gnr8]

August 16, 2008 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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You could just switchover to clockofjoe and be done with it.
Is it all this Olympic life-lived-by-the-clock, kind of thing, going on? I wonder.

To enlarge on yesterdays Life Clock, how about this simple design: Same stark clock face, simple black minute and hour hands, discreet numerals I through XII in their places. Sweep second hand a long-handled, curved-blade scythe; at every hour you hear a sweeping, metallic "swiiisssshhh" sound, and at twelve o'clock straight up you get the Chopin Funeral March. Kind of like the singing bird clocks. Only, a Reaper Clock, as it were.

Posted by: Flautist | Aug 16, 2008 12:11:33 PM

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