You’ll never look at time the same way again with this typographical timepiece and functional work of art by design duo Marco Biegert and Andreas Funk. Rather than the typical hands and numbers, QlockTwo’s apparently random matrix of 110 letters conceals all the words necessary to describe the time in five-minute intervals. Like a sophisticated work of modern art, the sleek black panel lights up with ever-changing phrases as time passes. Its impeccably designed details also include corner LEDs that illuminate to show the minutes between five-minute intervals, and a built-in sensor that automatically adjusts the display to compensate for changing lighting conditions. Easy to operate and easy to read, QlockTwo features 110V energy efficient LED technology. It has won more than 20 international design awards and is made in Germany to the most exacting standards. It’s a sharp statement piece for a modern kitchen, contemporary living room, or creative office.