When you take a first look at the Unfinished Clock, the brainchild of Yve Thelermont and David Hupton, it just seems like the hands got misplaced from its supremely minimalistic, geometrical face. But it happens to be deliberate and thus gets categorized under the tag “design”.
Nevertheless, I like the fact that this is not just a clock to hang over your wall, but to be placed on the edge of a shelf or table so that the hands are able to perform their 360-deg act of telling time, in style. The clock is available in rectangular and circular models from the Museum of Modern Art store for . Do we see some raised eyebrows? Well now, art’s always pricey, isn’t it?