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Wall Decor: COCA-COLA Time For Refreshment Vending Machine Wall Clock

Few eras in the rich history of COCA-COLA® are recalled more fondly than the 1950s, the heyday of classic vending machines that delivered the drink with style! Now, revisit the magic of vintage COCA-COLA vending machines any time you wish with the Time... multi-color

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George Nelson Turbine Clock

This wall clock's iconic, late 50s design, was imagined and executed in 1957 by George Nelson, one of the fathers of 20th century Modern Design. Its bright copper spiked leaves appear to move in both a clock-wise and counter-clock-wise motion. The dynamic shapes and proportions of Nelsons design were the inspiration for Kardiels version; this timeless timepiece can be hanging on your wall for a fraction of an official reproductions cost. The Turbine Clock body hovers 3.75 off wall Lacquered Die Cut Steel body Aluminum mechanical clock housing Polished Aluminum Clock Face 12 Polished 100% Pure Copper Turbine blades represent hours of the day Consistent & accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Architecturally accurate dimensions Overall Clock Measures: 30" diameter and 3 " deep Requires Battery: 1 x AAAbout Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE TURBINE CLOCKAre the blades of the Turbine moving backwards or are the hands of the clock moving forward with time?The intentional thought provoking element of a backwards spin is built into the 12 spheres protruding from the aluminum center face of the clock. As time passes, the hands sweep in a clockwise motion against the counter clockwise facing blades. The timeless Nelson Turbine Clock was as brilliant a design in 1950 as it is now.The George Nelson designs have become iconic over the years. No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman Miller. One notable accomplishment was his idea to create a cleaner city in design as well as a reduction in pollution be it audio, visual or chemic

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George Nelson Eye Clock

Ever get the feeling youre being watched? George Nelson, the Modernist visionary designed this unique timepiece for the era of Twilight Zone popularity. The lids are constructed of brushed brass, the horizon is walnut, and the pupil is maple. Whimsical and practical, the lashes mark the hours as the geometric hands sweep by; it instantly draws the attention of anyone entering the room. This clock is an inspired reproduction of George Nelsons brilliant offbeat design sensibilities.George Nelson inspired Eye Clock Hands and eye hover app 2 off the wall Museum quality brushed brass upper & lower eyelids Aluminum Clock housing Solid American Walnut Horizon Center Slats Consistent & accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Architecturally accurate dimensions Requires 1 AA battery Size: 30"W x 13.5"H x 2 " deepAbout Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE EYE CLOCKAre you looking at it, or is it looking at you? This is the question the eye clock has evoked for over 50 years since the original design was released.Creatively, the lashes mark the all hours with the exception of 9 & 3 o-clock. Hours 9 & 3 are represented by the ends of the solid American Walnut Horizon that meet at the pupil of the eye. The whimsical white and red hands are driven by a modern quartz mechanism for a high degree of accuracy. The time pieces itself is modern timelessness at its finest. The George Nelson clock designs have become iconic mid century accessories over the years. The Eye Clock is a recognized favorite.No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman

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George Nelson Star Clock

Looking for an unconventional way to tell time? High quality new reproductions of the original George Nelson clocks so cherished by collectors are now available from Kardiel.com in true to original form and function. George Nelson designed many clock designs, all of which inspired reproductions are current in production and available at Kardiel.com. High Polished Solid Stainless Steel odd hour marker spokes High Polished Solid Brass even hour marker spokes Consistent and accurate Quartz movement Solid Copper interior clock mechanism Aluminum quartz centerpiece High Polished solid stainless steel hour and minute hands Architecturally consistent dimension including hand and spoke lengths Overall Clock Measures: 24" diameter and 2" deep Requires 1 AA battery (included)About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE STAR CLOCKLooking for an unconventional way to tell time? High quality new reproductions of the original George Nelson clocks so cherished by collectors are now available from Kardiel.com in true to original form and function. Just as the original star clock first released in 1949, the re-editions now in production leave nothing out. True to the original alternating hours are marked using contrasting polished solid brass and solid stainless steel spokes. The polished Stainless Steel spokes represents even hours 12, 2, 4, 6, 8 an 1o. The polished brass spokes represents 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 o-clock.Dimensionally correct the hand representing hours is larger with a loose form arrow while the minute hand is slightly smaller with its modern iconic mid way oval shape. Both hands crafted of stainless steel. Beautiful and interesting, the mechanized movement is housed in an aluminum quartz centerpiece. The sculptural and historical quality is undeniable. George Nelsons clock designs not only tell time, more noted, they tell of a time of unbridled creativity in modernism interior creations.No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while

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George Nelson Ball Clock

George Nelson is the recognized pioneer of modern wall timepiece designs. Nelson created over 150 iconic clocks. Nelson used pure color and bold yet whimsically modern shapes in his wall clocks. The Iconic Ball Clock design displays these classic modern design traits beautifully. If your goal is to create a Modern space, this clock is an affordable focal point to build upon. Compare the details anywhere. Kardiel offers the highest quality architecturally accurate reproduction of Nelsons Ball clock updated with modern quartz timekeeping.Size: 13" DiameterClock body hovers 2.75 off wallAluminum mechanical clock housingArchitecturally correct Solid hardwood clock spokesHour & minute hands painted die cut steel fabricated to original proportionConsistent and accurate Quartz Movement MechanismOriginal release accurate hand painted wood in followingSea-foam on 12,4 & 7 oclock ballTurquoise on 11,2 & 6 oclock ballSunburst Orange on 3 & 8 oclock ballOrchard Green on 5 & 9 oclock ballDark Graphite 10 & 1 oclock ballIvory White painted aluminum center clock faceTrue to original minute hand with retro oval signature in Steel greyTrue to original hour hand with retro triangle in merlotSolid copper internal componentsRequires 1 AA battery for operation (included)About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE NELSON BALL CLOCKGeorge Nelson was not a man too proud to own up to drunken drawing. Speaking of a night of partying and doodling with his architect friends, he admitted that he probably wasnt truly the designer of the Ball clock with which he is credited. ...wed had a little bit too much to drink- and the next morning I came back, and here was this roll (of drafting paper), and Irving and I looked at it, and somewhere in this roll there was a ball clock. I dont know to this day who cooked it up. Probably the most recognizable clock of the George Nelson design collection, the Ball is a definitive icon of its time. It is best described as atomic retro wall art, and makes a clever space impression, particularly if other modern classics occupy the room. The multi-colored balls are as reminiscent of the 1950s as poodle skirts, soda jerks, and car hops. No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style? History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to int

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Sunburst Wall Clock in Multicolor LexMod

Sunburst Wall Clock in Multicolor - Travel on timeless rays of light with this classic from the 1950s. Relive the modernist's passage from conformity to expression with Sunburst's twelve multi-colored metal shafts. Every era has its future built into it. Synergize your ambitions with lessons of free spirit and inspiration from the previous generation. Set Includes:One - Sunburst Clock , Features:High Quality Reproduction Lacquered Metal Quartz Analog Uses AA battery (Sold Separately), Product Dimensions:Overall Product Dimensions: 2"L x 22"W x 22" Overall Product Dimensions: 2"L x 22"W x 22"H - Mid Century Modern Furniture.

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George Nelson Asterisk Clock, Black

Whimsical meets retro modern design, the year is 1950 and George Nelsons Asterisk Clocks are born. Contrasting oversized hands and a blank clock face with no numbers are intentionally bold design statements of the timepiece. Big bold and unmistakably floating, the Asterisk has been giving walls and rooms a dramatic accent of mid century modernism for 60 plus years. Get your very own iconic reproduction inspired by the 1950 original at significant savings.George Nelson inspired Asterisk ClockAsterisk body hovers 2.75 off wallLacquered Die Cut Steel bodyAluminum mechanical clock housingHour & minute hands are lacquered die cut steel fabricated to original proportionConsistent & accurate Quartz Movement MechanismArchitecturally accurate dimensionsSize: 9.75" Diameter x 2 " deepRequires Battery: 1 x AAAbout Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE NELSON ASTERISK CLOCKMost of us use an asterisk to fix embarrassing texts created by our I-phones or to indicate the fine print, but this infamous punctuation can also be a fantastic augmentation to your office or home space.Kardiels reproduction is inspired by George Nelsons original Asterisk clock design. The George Nelson designs have become iconic over the years. No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years.We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style? History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman Miller. One notable accomplishment was his idea to create a cleaner city in design as well as a reduction in pollution be it audio, visual or chemical. The outdoor malls in many suburbs of the U.S are in large part a result of his ambition. Some of his well known Modern Classic

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George Nelson Kite Clock, Black & White

The Kite Clock is one of George Nelsons more interesting pieces. It was designed with only 10 raised hour markers. Using color it represents both the dark and light sides of the industrial modern movement. The missing 6 and 12 hour positions are defined by the meeting in the middle of the light and dark. The hour markerson the dark side represent the presence of light and the hour signs on the light side represent the presence of darkness. Nearly Ying yang, the design reflects perfect balance. The hour hands are decidedly red literally popping in contract against the black/white background defining the Atomic art age in which the piece was created. Size: 21?wide x 16 tall Ivory White painted aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct metal body Block style hour & minute hands black painted steel fabricated to original proportion Red seconds hand features the vintage pop triangle head of the original design Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included)About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE KITE CLOCKThe Kite clock is best described as defining balance during the industrial era. The Kite Clock created in the 60s is atomic retro wall art, and makes a clever space impression. No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman Miller. One notable accomplishment was his idea to create a cleaner city in design as well as a reduction in pollution be it audio, visual or chemical. The outdoor malls in many suburbs of the U.S are in la

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George Nelson Style Walnut Ball Clock

The Walnut wood series Ball Clock is a sophisticated take on the original multi colored whimsical design. The calm feeling of natural wood is combined with the pop art style creating an interesting juxtaposition of funky pop art and elegant design. Size: 13? Diameter Clock body hovers 2.75 off wall Aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct Solid Walnut wood hour balls Hour & minute hands painted die cut steel fabricated to original proportion Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Ivory White painted aluminum center clock face True to original black hour & minute hand with retro oval & triangle design Solid Brass connecting hour spindles Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included) About the Design George Nelson was not a man too proud to own up to drunken drawing. Speaking of a night of partying and doodling with his architect friends, he admitted that he probably wasnt truly the designer of the Ball clock with which he is credited. wed had a little bit too much to drink- and the next morning I came back, and here was this roll (of drafting paper), and Irving and I looked at it, and somewhere in this roll there was a ball clock. I dont know to this day who cooked it up.Probably the most recognizable clock of the George Nelson design collection, the Ball is a definitive icon of its time. It is best described as atomic retro wall art, and makes a clever space impression, particularly if other modern classics occupy the room. The multi-colored balls are as reminiscent of the 1950s as poodle skirts, soda jerks, and car hops. No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?About the Original DesignerAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called "A Cemetery Gateway". After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on "The Tomorrow House" in a design rag named "Pencil Points". A year later George went to work for Herman Miller.One notable accomplishment was his idea to create a cleaner city in design as well as a reduction in pollution be it

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George Nelson Natural Beech Ball Clock

The Natural Beech series Ball Clock is a sophisticated take on the original multi colored whimsical design. The calm feeling of natural wood is combined with the pop art style creating an interesting juxtaposition of funky pop art and elegant design.Size: 13? Diameter Clock body hovers 2.75 off wall Aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct Solid Natural Beech wood hour balls Hour & minute hands painted die cut steel fabricated to original proportion Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Ivory White painted aluminum center clock face True to original black hour & minute hand with retro oval & triangle design Solid Brass connecting hour spindles Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included) About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE NELSON BALL CLOCKThe Ball Clock is widely considered to be one of George Nelson's most beloved design creations. He is the recognized pioneer of modern clock designs. Nelson created over 150 iconic clocks during his career. The beech ball clock is a centered, sophisticated take on the original whimsical design. The George Nelson designs have become iconic over the years. No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of mid century designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style? History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman Miller. One notable accomplishment was his idea to create a cleaner city in design as well as a reduction in pollution be it audio, visual or chemical. The outdoor malls in many suburbs of the U.S are in large part a result of his ambition. Some of his well known Modern Classic Furniture designs are the Nels

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George Nelson Steering Wheel Clock

The steering wheel clock embodies what some referral to as a nautical design. No doubt it is the mind recalling imagery of the wheelhouse of a marine going vessel. George intended the design not nautical but rather of a common Automobile steering wheel of the day. George was known for pulling the everyday experiences into theconscious presence with design. Something that would have been seen so many times without much attention being given, a steering wheel, would now be gazed upon with intrigue in rooms all across the world. Art is in everything, it is simply the shift in awareness that allows us to realize and appreciate. Size: 12? Diameter Clock body hovers off wall Ivory painted aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct metal steering wheel Hour & minute hands are brushed aluminum and fabricated to original proportion Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Brass connecting hour wheel spindles screw into clock housing Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included) About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE STEERING WHEEL CLOCK The 1960 Steering Wheel clock succeeds at design intrigue and sophistication. George Nelson was opening perceptions with design. The steering wheel clock takes what may be considered a mundane part of existence and calls to awareness the beauty in its design by placing it in our living spaces as a functioning piece of art. Another unintended success as the years have passed, is that the clock by its nature of original design, now tells the story of the era of time of its creation. The steering wheel is reminiscent of the design functionality of the cars of the late 50s and early 60s. The peak of the mid century modern design era.No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfold

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George Nelson Hotdog Clock, Multi-color

The hot dog hour markers in George Nelson hot dog clock feature the 1960 era correct retro colors that we now refer to as retro. Rich avocado, pop art red, black, light seafoam and deep teal are all represented in the piece. The hour and minute hands are also clever representations of a minimalist hot dog. George was known for pulling elements of everyday experiences into our conscious presencewith design. Something that would have been seen and perhaps eaten without much attention, would now be an element of intent and intrigue in rooms all across the world. Art is in everything, it is simply the shift in awareness that allows us to realize and appreciate. Size: 15 Diameter Clock body hovers off wall White painted aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct solid wood painted hotdog hour markers Hour & minute hands are minimalist outlines hot-dogs fabricated to original proportion Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Silver rods connect the hour marker hotdogs to the clock housingbody Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included) About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE HOTDOG CLOCKThe 1960 Hot Dog clock succeeds at design intrigue and sophistication. George Nelson was opening perceptions with design. The Hot Dog Clock takes what may be considered a mundane part of existence and calls to awareness the beauty in its design by placing it in our living spaces as a functioning piece of art. Each hotdog hour marker is adorned with a color that represented the era in which this design was conceived. The hour and minute hands are minimalist open-air outlines of hotdogs themselves.No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman

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George Nelson Style Petals Clock, Multicolor

George Nelson is the recognized pioneer of modern wall timepiece designs. Nelson created over 150 iconic clocks. Nelson used pure color and bold yet whimsically modern shapes in his wall clocks. The Iconic Petals design displays these classic modern design traits beautifully. If your goal is to create a Modern space, this clock is an affordable focal point to build upon. Compare the details anywhere. Kardiel offers the highest quality architecturally accurate reproduction of Nelsons Ball clock updated with modern quartz timekeeping. Size: 17 3/4" Diameter Clock body hovers 1.5 off wall Aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct Solid hardwood clock spokes Hour & minute hands painted die cut steel fabricated to original proportion Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Ivory White painted aluminum center clock face Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included)About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE CLOCKNo designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman Miller. One notable accomplishment was his idea to create a cleaner city in design as well as a reduction in pollution be it audio, visual or chemical. The outdoor malls in many suburbs of the U.S are in large part a result of his ambition. Some of his well known Modern Classic Furniture designs are the Nelson Bench also known as slat bench, the Coconut Chair and the Marshmallow Sofa. As a writer, a designer, and a teacher, George Nelsons entire life was devoted to creating beautiful and interesting things. His cloc

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George Nelson Sunburst Clock

The Sunburst Clock multicolor is widely considered to be one of George Nelson's most beloved design creations. George Nelson is the recognized pioneer of modern wall timepiece designs. Nelson created over 150 iconic clocks and the Sunburst multicolor clock is the most recognized of his works. Nelson used pure color and bold yet whimsically modern shapes in his wall clocks. The Iconic Sunburst design displays these classic modern design traits beautifully. If your goal is to create a Modern space, this clock is an affordable focal point to build upon. Compare the details anywhere. Kardiel offers the highest quality architecturally accurate reproduction of Nelsons Sunburst clock updated with modern quartz timekeeping. Size: 18.5" Diameter Sunburst body hovers 2.75 off wall Aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct Solid hardwood sunburst rays Hour & minute hands painted die cut steel fabricated to original proportion Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism True to original hand painted sunburst Ivory White painted aluminum center clock face True to original minute hand with retro oval signature in Steel grey True to original hour hand with retro triangle in merlot Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included)About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE SUNBURST CLOCK Probably the most recognizable clock of the George Nelson design collection, the Sunburst is a definitive icon of its time. It is best described as atomic retro wall art, and makes a clever space impression, particularly if other modern classics occupy the room. The multi-colored bursts are as reminiscent of the 1950s as poodle skirts, soda jerks, and car hops.No designer was able to evoke the retro aura of designer wall clocks like George. In fairness, he had a bit of practice. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in t

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George Nelson Block Clock

The block clock features solid, seemingly unbreakable hands. This is a completely opposite approach to the thin vulnerable arms of the majority of wall timepieces. The bold block style represents the strength and promise of the industrial age which at the time of its invention, was already well on its way. The retro blue color ties in the emerging pop-art era that was taking root in the early 60s. Size: 11 ? Diameter Clock body hovers 2 off wall Ivory White painted aluminum mechanical clock housing Architecturally correct Solid hardwood block hour markers Block style hour & minute hands black painted steel fabricated to originalproportion Red seconds hand features the vintage pop triangle head of the original design Consistent and accurate Quartz Movement Mechanism Solid copper internal components Requires 1 AA battery for operation (included)About Our images: Kardiel does not use generic nor stock furniture images. To accurately show our features, the quality, color & texture, all product images are high resolution with zoom capability and taken from actual kardiel inventory right out of the carton.ABOUT THE BLOCK CLOCKThe Block clock is best described as industrial atomic retro wall art, and makes a clever space impression, particularly if other modern classics occupy the room. The retro blue color series is a Pop art take on the original whimsical design.The feeling of strength from the solid overstated block arms is combined with the pop art color and the familiar mid century modern red second hand design. The minute and hour hands are decidedly strengthened on the block series with a heavily structural shape, versus the whimsical take on many of Georges pieces. He created over 150 designs for the Howard Miller company during the mid century years. We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping hasto be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style?We all have a need to know the time, but it does not mean timekeeping has to be boring. Why not do it in mid century classic George Nelson style? History of the Designer, George NelsonAt the beginning of his career, like many of the architects of his time, George Nelson was a man in need of a project. Building design unfortunately was not in high demand however, and so he turned to interiors design, graphic art, and furnishings. His clock and furniture designs became icons of the 1950s and 60s, both in the home and in corporate offices.George Nelson, one of the founding fathers of American Modernism was born in 1908. His path began while avoiding a rainstorm. Nelson ducked into the architecture school building to stay dry. It was then that he stumbled across an exhibit called A Cemetery Gateway. After, unfolded his interest and progression in the field of architecture. The then chairman of Herman Miller discovered Nelson while reading an article on The Tomorrow House in a design rag named Pencil Points. A year later George went to work for Herman Miller. On

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