Gallery: Talk To Me Exhibit at MoMA Examines Communication Between Peop...

The Ink Calendar, designed by Oscar Diaz, is a pratical time-telling tool while also being a pretty and unique piece of wall art. The clock self-updates, and the ink is gradually absorbed through the paper, revealing the dates, at the rate of one each day, over the course of each month. "The steady advance of ink through the paper emphasizes the perception of time passing, and each month’s ink color relates to the mood generally associated with that time of year."

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