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.

Clockinator’s Halloween Hands Clock Face

4 Halloween Hands Clock Faces

Halloween Hands. You didn’t think we’d forget about Halloween did you? Halloween Hands includes more monster fingers than you can count. Well, actually, you have to count them to tell the time. But it comes complete with spinning eyeballs and a trove of candy and Halloween icons across the bottom for counting seconds.

4 Halloween Hands Clock Faces

Tell the time by counting each creepy finger. The small hands always have 5 fingers up, so you really only have to count to 4, as long as you can do simple math. If scary monster hands and spinning eyeballs are not your thing, it might be best to skip this one ane wait for the Christmas clocks.

Red Eyeball Green Eyeball Fuschia Eyeball Teal Eyeball Purple Eyeball Brown Eyeball

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 Dairysam Clock Face

4 Dairysam Clock Faces
Wiggles the FlowerDairysam is pure watercolor joy that hails from our neighbors to the north. Based in Toronto, @dairysam has provided Clockinator with some playful, and colorful, artwork. Color variations are chosen at random each time a digit changes.

4 Dairysam Clock Faces
A parade of characters, marches across the bottom of the screen when seconds are turned on. If you randomize them, you get a slight variation in colors, and an occasional procession of chickens!

Dairsam Clockinator Parade

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

Clockinator’s Circus Clock Face

4 Circus Clock Faces

Circus is reminiscent of that place where barkers might be calling you in to see oddities or to have your fortunes told. In the olden days they had exotic animals like elephants and lions from far-away places. With this clock face, you can almost smell the popcorn in the air and the straw on the ground!

4 Circus Clock Faces

This festive face even has it’s own train pulling into the station once per minute (when you have the seconds turned on).

Circus Train

12 different color palettes are available, choose your favorite from the settings. If you haven’t found the settings yet, you can get there by tapping once anywhere on the clock – make the settings go away by tapping anywhere again (except on an actual setting, of course!).

12 palettes to choose from

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 Cactus Hands Clock Face

4 Cactus Hands Clock Faces

Cactus Hands Is a fun way to tell time by counting fingers, IF your fingers were made of cactus and were growing in pots!

4 Cactus Hands Clock Faces

You can tell time by counting the fingers on each cactus. Of course, with only five fingers per hand, it can get a little tough to count to 8! So sometimes there will be two hands per digit.

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 Subway Signs Clock Face

4 Subway Signs Clock Faces

Subway Signs has numbers that blend with the background in either dark mode or light mode. The time can be read with negative space included in each circle. This face is the first to use some new controls in the settings that can be tapped for different colors.

4 Subway Signs Clock Faces

10 basic colors are available, or you can let Clockinator show random combinations.

10 colors to choose from

Keeping with the Subway theme, the seconds hand on this face is a randomized subway car showing people on their way to somewhere. A new piece becomes visible with each passing second.

Subway Passengers

Subway Signs was designed and coded by @Pumasalad for Plaid, Inc.

Clockinator’s Balloons Clock Face

4 Balloons Clock Faces

Balloons is so ballooney that you can almost hear the numbers squeak when they they change.

4 Balloons Clock Faces

This is another four layer image, although two of the layers don’t get manipulated by the app. As you would expect, there is a background layer of a big solid color and a foreground layer that has the stars mapped out. The other two layers created the shading effect to give the numbers the 3D look. The original art for these is just black and white, the app applies all of the color.

Balloons Color Choices

Here’re a couple of pro tips: tapping on a color icon more than once reverses the colors of the background and the stars in the image. Tapping on that last icon will select completely random colors for every digit.

Balloons was designed and coded by @Pumasalad for Plaid, Inc.

Clockinator’s Super Nova Clock Face

4 Super Nova Clock Faces

Super Nova is an experiment in handwriting. We purposfully avoided perfect handwriting to see how well we could implement something readable in the clock.

4 Super Nova Clock Faces

It just stands up and screams for some motion. We’re not saying it’s gonna happen, but we’re not saying it’s not gonna happen, either. Stay tuned and check back for updates.

Super Nova was designed and coded by employees at Plaid, Inc.