Scott Thrift “wants to make time last longer”—a daunting task he’s distilled into the more simpler project of designing a 24-hour clock without numbers. Aptly titled, Today, Thrift’s kickstarted pursuit was designed with a stunning color gradient to reflect the changing sky outside during a 24-hour period.
The result “simplifies the day into a perfect balance of dawn, noon, dusk and midnight,” which Thrift promises will take the edge off time. So rather than sitting at your office desk every day, anxiously watching the seconds, minutes and hours pass by, Today highlights the “spectrum of time,” recreating the limitless feeling of watching clouds pass by.
More time is certainly the solution to Monday stress, even if it’s all in your head.