Shaped-By-Time

Posted by Ploi Malakul | November 13th, 2012 Share

Shaped By TimeShaped By Time

Shaped-By-Time is a clock by design studio Toer that shapes itself by the passage of time. Because it’s looking for the most efficient way to move itself through the matter it will create an organic form by the slow repetitive movement of time.

Time is slightly visible when the clock starts running, after a few days it excavates itself out of the matter and time will appear. From then on it slowly starts creating it’s organic form in which it will find it’s ideal shape. When you want to forget time, shake it a bit and it will start all over again with finding it’s way. Like time heals wounds, this clock litterly heals itself by time. Flattr this

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