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

3,200.00
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Postmodern Wall Clock "Paradise" by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, Japan, 1980s

3,200.00

Postmodern wall clock by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, made in Japan in the 1980s. Color splash of red, blue, yellow, green, this clock is bold and unconventional in every way. Instead of classic numerals, the bright red face boasts graphic designs to mark each hour, like postmodern hieroglyphics, with nine o’clock and three o’clock resembling their numbers. The green frame floats above the rest; the second hand turns in a spiral shape, the minute hand is a triangle. Entrancing to watch in movement, the Paradise clock removes us from time all, mesmerizing us with it, all while serving it’s function of displaying it.

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Postmodern wall clock by Shohei Mihara for Wakita, made in Japan in the 1980s. Color splash of red, blue, yellow, green, this clock is bold and unconventional in every way. Instead of classic numerals, the bright red face boasts graphic designs to mark each hour, like postmodern hieroglyphics, with nine o’clock and three o’clock resembling their numbers. The green frame floats above the rest; the second hand turns in a spiral shape, the minute hand is a triangle. Entrancing to watch in movement, the Paradise clock removes us from time all, mesmerizing us with it, all while serving it’s function of displaying it.