A clock, which enforce you to think

25 Sep

About-Time is a clock that uses three circles in primary colors red, yellow and blue, to represent hour, minute and second hands.

Relying on the different sizes and colors, the circles make up a diagram, with each circle’s outer most points referring to the time.

The compositions of the clock constantly change as time passes, as the three translucent colored circles overlap to create new colors of perspectives—making it challenging to tell the time.

About-Time was created by New York-based industrial designer Louie Rigano.

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