Good Afternoon Clock

Good Afternoon Clock (Image courtesy MoCo Loco)
By Andrew Liszewski

Created by Japan’s Mile Project, the Good Afternoon Clock features no hands or even a face for that matter. Instead, a set of slits that encircle the inside of the clock’s bezel allow narrow beams of light to shine through that end up representing the second, minute and hour hands when seen on a wall or other flat surface. And while I’m sure the clock exists in some form or another, I’m afraid you won’t be getting your hands on one anytime soon.

[ MILE – good afternoon ] VIA [ MoCo Loco ]