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This Creepy Human Clock Tells The Time With Crossed Eyes and Tongue Clicks

By Izza Sofia, 03 Aug 2017



’Patience’ is the name of a new set of wall clocks from Japanese design company We+.

It is a neverending clip of a human face with eyes that function as the clock’s “hands,” each pointing to an area of the clock that represents a number. Instead of a ticking second-hand, Patience employs the popping sound of smacking lips.

The series comes in three faces: an elderly woman, a young woman, and a young man with a red beard. We+ has not list a price on their site, but you can contact them directly here. Their other products include a clock made from sand, 3D-scanned vases carved into acryllic cubes, and a smoky abstract light sculpture. 

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Patience from we+ on Vimeo.








[via Konbini, images via Vimeo]
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