Clockinator’s Clown Gymnastics Face

4 Clown Gymnastics Clock Faces

Clown Gymnastics proves that all clowns are not scary. Some bounce around and contort into numerical shapes so that we can enjoy a brightly colored time piece.

4 Clown Gymnastics Clock Faces

And you can’t have happy clowns without clown cars! Keep an eye on the clown car with the yellow bits, it’s the actual seconds indicator, leaping ahead every five seconds, taking a full minute to go back and forth across the screen. The other clown cars just do what clown cars do. Back and forth, with little or no direction.

Clown Car Pace Car

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 v1.8 with Clown Gymnastics ships worldwide on March 8, 2022.

Clockinator’s Over the River Face

4 Over the River Clock Faces

Over the River and through the woods, as the song goes. We used the wallpaper from Grandmother’s House to make this face.

4 Over the River Clock Faces

Revel in the old-timey naturific patterns and the faded colors. This clock makes a great calming addition to all of the bright colors introduced in some of the others! Choose your favorite from Beige, Brown, Purple, Gray, and White by tapping once on the screen to open the settings. From there your favorite muted color is just a tap away.

The patterns (and many more) can be found in BeLight Software’s Art Text 4 app. Over the River was designed and coded by @Pumasalad for Plaid, Inc.

Clockinator v1.8 with Over the River ships worldwide on March 8, 2022.

Clockinator’s Space Face

4 Space Clock Faces

Space answers the long riddled question, “if there are UFOs, what would they look like as part of a clock?” Watch for satellites, astronauts, and little green (or purple) people floating around their respective planets. And conveniently, each planet comes with a number to help us tell the time.

4 Space Clock Faces

Be sure and turn on the second hand for this one. Every fifth second has a tiny ring around it, to help you keep up with passing time.

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 v1.8 with Space ships worldwide on March 8, 2022.

Clockinator’s Starlight Fairytale Face

4 Starlight Fairytale Clock Faces

Full of whimsy and fun, Starlight Fairytale takes you to a land of magic. The playful numbers evoke the sweet wonder of childhood dreams, where tall towers and mystic stars are all contained within! A new story written in each combination of numbers, Starlight Fairytale has endless tales to share.

4 Starlight Fairytale Clock Faces

This is Clockinator’s first monochromatic clock face. All black and white, all the time. Or if your iDevice is in light mode, I suppose it is all white and black.

Original pen and ink artwork is by @marbirds. See more of her work on her instagram account.

Clockinator v1.8 with Starlight Fairytale ships worldwide on March 8, 2022.

Clockinator’s Snow People Face

4 Snow People Clock Faces

Snow People brings faces back to the clock face. Sure, they’re made with carrot noses and coal eyes, but how else are you supposed to make a snow person?

4 Snow People Clock Faces

Each snow person comes bundled up in their own winter gear, with 4 color variations for each one. Pick your favorite color, or let Clockinator choose – just don’t start a snowball fight.

Icons for selecting different accents colors on the Snow People

Snow People 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 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.