The Linear Clock by Audun Ask Blaker

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The linear clock by industrial designer Audun Ask Blaker breaks the mold of any ordinary classical clock; it takes on a minimalist facade with symbolistic parts.  The time is printed on a rotating scroll, it represents that time is in perpetuity and the fixed hand symbolizes the present.  This clock does not take on the fancy features such as illumination or digital displays of modern day clocks; it simply presents time as it is surely the perfect piece for any simplistic home.

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