Qlocktwo is a new type of clock made by Biegert and Funk. They use typography instead of numbers to print the time. Each clock is handmade in Germany with a mahogany frame, and each has a front glass panel attached to the frame with magnets. You can clean the glass and reattach it as if nothing happened due to the attachment through magnets. The clock comes in seven colors, and twelve different languages. The clock is also versatile because it can be a free-standing object or be mounted on a wall. There are two versions (both of which are very expensive). The non-touchscreen one (with a bigger screen) will run you around $1,100 (US). The smaller touchscreen version will cost around $500 (US). To learn more, just click the picture.