Sebastian Wrong has combined twelve different fonts to create the Font Clock, with a wink to the British 24 hour design icon. Available in three sizes, Font Clock seemingly displays the fonts randomly, only to have them all run together for 5 minutes at one time per day. A flip clock featuring twelve typefaces, chosen for their design strength and individuality – eleven are from the twentieth century and one is an English 18th Century script – come together to display the time. The small desk clock displays the time in 24 hour form while the medium and large wall clocks display the time, day, and date. The Font Clock unifies classic design with a modern idea that is inspired in the past.
- Modern take on the classic flip clock
- Twelve different fonts are printed within the mechanism of the clock providing a random, mixed display of the graphic language within a single timepiece
- The 12 fonts used are Bauer Bodoni, English Script, American Text, Agincourt, Gill Sans, Franklin Gothic, Reporter, Brush Script, Helvetica Neue, Shatter, Untitled, and Neon Kraus
- Battery powered
- White Abs Plastic
- Clear-View Perspex Glass