Taiwanese designer Yenwen Tseng brings us the appropriately named Easy Clock- referring to the readability of the clock, the work required during production, affordability and recyclability. Tseng was initially inspired by a template ruler for technical drawing featuring empty numbers, which he believed would make for an attractive contrast to the face of the clock and create a simple design. The clock consists of a mere four pieces: two bioplastic hands, the clock face and the movement piece. Have a closer look in the gallery.
- Source: OEN