Clockinator’s Winter Face

4 Winter Scene Clock Faces

Winter is here in full bloom and @Dairysam is back with another clock face to help us mark the occasion! Each digit is hand-painted with the natural pigments found in gouache paints!

4 Winter Scene Clock Faces

The Winter season is on full display, whether it’s snow in the forrest or a mug of hot cocoa waiting patiently on the tabletop. Each combination of clock digits tells a different story. Turn the seconds on and you will even see the occasional stag or snow fox in the forrest.

More of their work can be seen at their website http://dairysam.wix.com/portfolio.

Clockinator’s Snow Write Face

4 Snow Writing Clock Faces

Snow Write is the clock that you might find if you were tracing the time continuously in a snow bank with your finger. Except with Clockinator you won’t get frostbite!

4 Snow Writing Clock Faces

By far, the thinnest numbers in the entire app, Snow Write is still easy to read across the room in the middle of the night when you can’t find your glasses.

Snow Write was designed by @hollowheadart in Portland, Oregon, a town nearby to Plaid’s hometown of Boring. More of @hollowheadart’s work can be seen in other Clockinator faces, and on his website at http://hollowheadstudio.com.

Clockinator’s Henna Face

4 Henna Clock Faces

Henna has been used since antiquity in ancient Egypt to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as fabrics including silk, wool, and leather. And now clocks.

4 Henna Clock Faces

Intricate patterns play out across the clock’s numbers and seconds display in a multitude of colors. Ok, 11 colors. The inspiration for this clock comes from BeLight Software’s Art Text 4 (it’s from the Woodwork collection).

11 color choices are available

Henna was was developed and coded by @Pumasalad for Plaid, Inc.

Clockinator’s Holiday Twist Face

4 Holiday Twist Clock Faces

Holiday Twist is a trip down memory lane. It almost got named Victorian Twist, because it somehow seems like something from the 1800s. Except for the batteries, and sub-pixels, and WiFi anyway.

4 Holiday Twist Clock Faces

Anyway, keep an eye out at future Christmases. The Twist might be coming in other colors some day.

Designed by @hollowheadart in Portland, Oregon, a town nearby to Plaid’s hometown of Boring. More of @hollowheadart’s work can be seen in other Clockinator faces, and on his website at http://hollowheadstudio.com.

Clockinator’s Holiday Cookie Face

4 Holiday Cookie Clock Faces

Why would we even have holidays if we didn’t have Holiday Cookies? Created by our master chef, these clocks would tempt even Santa. So don’t leave your iPad laying around on Xmas Eve!

4 Holiday Cookie Clock Faces

Each cookie comes with a random assortment of different colored icing and white piping. They’re sure to be crowd pleasers.

Designed by @hollowheadart in Portland, Oregon, a town nearby to Plaid’s hometown of Boring. More of @hollowheadart’s work can be seen in other Clockinator faces, and on his website at http://hollowheadstudio.com.

Christmas has arrived on time

Get it? It’s a clock app. “On time.”

Clockinator v. 1.5 is happy to roll out the Christmas faces we’ve designed for the 2021 season! Lots of edible candy, cookies, even gingerbread, are scattered about with a few sprinkles of Victorian era decorations and some oddly shaped Christmas Trees thrown in for good measure.

They say Variety is the Spice of Life, and I’m happy to say it’s certainly spicing up this season.

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These clock faces make great additions to your holiday parties. We’ve seen iPads perched on refrigerators, walls, file cabinets and coffee tables making party-goers smile.

Clockinator’s Christmas Tree Face

4 Christmas Tree Clock Faces

Christmas Trees have been used as a symbol of Christmas since the 16th-century. Now they are used as digits in a clock. This clock!

4 Christmas Tree Clock Faces

Easy to read from across the room, the Christmas Tree clock face has already become a favorite for overnight displays on bedside tables and in hotel rooms.

Christmas Trees was designed by @Pumasalad for Plaid, Inc.

Clockinator’s Gingerbread Face

4 Gingerbread Clock Faces

Gingerbread people are invading Clockinator! Cooked to a perfect golden brown, the faces can be shown as Gingerbread Men, Gingerbread Women, or Gingerbread Folk.

4 Gingerbread Clock Faces

Plain Gingerbread people are also available, with less icing and numbers that are slightly larger.

Gingerbread Choices

Designed by @hollowheadart in Portland, Oregon, a town nearby to Plaid’s hometown of Boring. More of @hollowheadart’s work can be seen in other Clockinator faces, and on his website at http://hollowheadstudio.com.

Clockinator’s Candy Cane Clock Face

4 Candy Cane Clock Faces

Candy Canes are all about Christmas! This clock face looks so tasty you’ll be tempted to lick your screen (but please don’t).

4 Candy Cane Clock Faces

The candy cane clocks come in 4 flavors plus one assorted mix where you can see multiple flavors at once.

Choices for the Candy

Candy Canes was designed by @Pumasalad for Plaid, Inc. using BeLight Software’s Art Text 4 app.

Xmas is coming soon!

Yah, yah, Halloween has barely passed and Thanksgiving isn’t here yet, but the elves at Plaidapps are working hard on getting the clock faces tuned up for The Big Holiday™ at the end of the year.

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Here are a few teasers to tide you over while we work day and night to bring you Xmas Cheer!

So stay tuned, you should see an update soon….