OH Clock by Michael Graves
Michael Graves Oh Clock, 1999
The Oh Clock has its origins in the Watch of the same name originally introduced in 1992. It has quickly become the icon of Projects’ designs with its extra wide bezel and clear numbers making time easy to read. A clock should not only communicate the information of time, but should embrace the landscape with a topography unique to its surroundings.
It is for this reason that the Oh Clock’s Arabic numerals are debossed – to add the function of easy “readability” and a texture and depth indigenous to architecture.
The Oh Clock is made of a spun aluminum 13 ½” in diameter and comes with a beige dial and blue hands. It operates on one AA battery (not included).
The Oh Clock is currently out of production.