Welcoming Winter

Here in Boring, Oregon, it’s winter. And what better way to celebrate winter than to curl up in a blanket with a cup of cocoa and stare at a clock that features winter scenes?

Here comes Clockinator v. 1.7 with all the winter you can stand. Whether it’s Snow People in the shape of clock digits, or just finger writing in the snow, Clockinator has you covered. Throw in some dramatic winter scenery and you’ve just about got everything you need.

Four new clock faces are included in this update, more details about each one are available by tapping on the clocks below.

Thumbnail of Clockinator's Winter clock face showing 8:54amThumbnail of Clockinator's Snow People clock face showing 7:26Thumbnail of Clockinator's Henna clock face showing 5:30pmThumbnail of Clockinator's Snow Write clock face showing 2:20

These clock faces will help you smile through the sometimes-tough winter season. But not to worry, Spring is right around the corner…

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.