I began this project thinking about time and how it has been represented visually. I realized that all of our time pieces display time almost completely two-dimensionally. All clocks are, in essence, a flat image that displays different images over time. That seemed wrong. Time is a very spacial experience and some argue that it is a dimension of space. Time is a complex concept that deserves more credit than numbers and spinning arms could give it.
I decided to create a clock that reconnects time with all three dimensions of space. I created a three ringed structure, each ring being composed of a pointing half and a numerical half. Each ring resides on an axis of space, the X, Y, and Z axes. In this way the clock is now a spatial as possible, reaching out in every direction of space.
Four Tones - Lasercut Illustration
Stream's Line, Carved Bowl
Defining Space with Line - Wire Media
Bloblocks - Sculpural Building Blocks
Olive Oil/Balsamic Vinegar - Packaging Design
Poly Prop (by DesignWright) Scale Model
Fraem - Pigeon Carrier
Logo and Branding - Small Moves