Twice the scale of George Nelson's earlier clock designs, the Nelson Eye Clock (1957) constitutes part of the designer's iconic collection of oversized clocks, newly reissued by the Vitra Design Museum. Turning the human eye into a figurative composition of geometric forms, the clock is at once playful and sophisticated, a combination for which Nelson is well known. Able to be hung vertically or horizontally, the Eye Clock's size does not preclude its use in smaller homes and offices. Bold, graphic hands make for easy at-a-glance time-telling. Easily installed. Uses AA batteries. Made in Poland.
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