Since the day we finally figured out how to set the clock on our VCR (that’s an old time version of a DVD player for you whipper snappers) we’ve been interested in wall clocks as art, rather than clocks. That’s why the latest creative clock design from London has us mesmerized. Aspiral Clocks, while not impossible to read, can be a bit dizzying at first. Rather than hands turning around a face, the entire face spins and moves a ball that marks the hour. At 12 am or pm the ball reaches the center of the clock and drops through a hole that brings it back to the beginning again. Aspiral Clocks come in a variety of patterns and colors or you can request a custom design.