As much a fine piece of kinetic sculpture as it is a clock, this great piece just screams "I've got a lot of room for a clock!" All kidding aside, if this masterpiece doesn't start a conversation with every person who enters your home, well, then, you need to find some more interesting people to enter your home. How could you not be interested in this three-dimensional work of art with its ever-changing irreverent iridescence and seemingly infinite shapes? Different from every angle with its curvy chrome tape frame, watch the time tick away as you lose yourself in its endless path of shine and curves.
100% structurally sound, sculpture itself is fairly flexible (but not malleable), clock movement is a quartz, uses a AA battery and runs quiet. Base is a pressed board covered in black Lucite.
22" H x 15" W 9" D; clock face is 4" Diameter
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