Minimalist Water Clock is a Thing of Beauty

Kouichi Okamoto and ceramist Daniel Jo know what minimalism and style mean. They also know that people do not need to be given a design that reeks of features and complexities but that everyone appreciates designs that are simple and aesthetically pleasing.

They have designed the Water Clock which comes with a small fired clay base and a pair of magnetic spheres. Since the spheres are magnetic, the time is revealed as the tiny orbs move in a circular path. However, it needs water to run of course, and you could place the spheres in any dish, plate or vessel you may choose but only they need to be filled with water.

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The Water Clock costs $299 and I would even be willing to pay more something that is as beautiful as this. The gadget seems to be an artistic representation of the link between time, water and space.

Via: Techna Bob
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