Do you wear a wrist watch anymore, or do you just check your cell phone for the time? Do you have a calendar at your desk, or do you keep up to date virtually? Well at MoMA, one artist has taken a hike from Cyberland and invented the Spindle Perpetual Clock. Created by Paul Koh, this calendar contains no motors, and no need for electricity. Designed only to use a magnetic rotational system, this calendar has no separate parts, allowing it to move freely on it's base. This way you simply set month after month by rotating the day of the week to align with the fixed date columns and create a sense of perpetual time. The Spindle Perpetual Calendar takes up little desk space and is a perfect gift for anyone who still loves the classics!
Designer: Paul Koh
Materials: ABS Plastic, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, and Magnets
Dimensions: 4" H x 2" Diam.