Wall clocks tend to be a highly personal choice, and there’s always that hunt for the “right” piece to plaster to your wall. Well, Seattle based design company Johnson House Design has got you covered with their “Flat Clock” custom wall clocks– where each and every time piece is individually designed by the user.
The site is easy and fun to use, and the designs are limitless. Even the features are customizable including colors and shapes, right up to the hand movements on your very own wall clock.
The Flat Clock site shares that the statement clocks are laser cut and individually designed by using their web interface, constructed of quality movements and acrylic. Each clock runs $180, if you are in the market for a new clock.
Would you purchase one of these clocks? Build your own for fun or for purchase, here.
Take a look at how the design process works:
Select your face pattern. The type of pattern, skew of the shapes and density of the shapes can all be customized with an easy to use toggle bar on the bottom of the interface.
Determine how funky you want your clock to look with the various randomizers that include jagedness, jitter and skipping. The color of the clock face, back and hands can all also be determined via the “Flat Clock” site too. Fun!