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Postmodern Black Wall Clock by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, Japan, 1980s

1,600.00
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Postmodern Black Wall Clock by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, Japan, 1980s

1,600.00

Postmodern wall clock by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, made in Japan in the 1980s. The solid black frame and face give this clock a uniform background on which to display the colorful metal hands: a red arrow for the minutes, a green perforated rectangle for the hours and a wavy thin yellow line to mark the seconds. A thoughtful simplicity that commands attention and an interesting clock to see in motion.

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Postmodern wall clock by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, made in Japan in the 1980s. The solid black frame and face give this clock a uniform background on which to display the colorful metal hands: a red arrow for the minutes, a green perforated rectangle for the hours and a wavy thin yellow line to mark the seconds. A thoughtful simplicity that commands attention and an interesting clock to see in motion.