The Picto Wall Clock was created by Steen Georg Christensen and Erling Andersen for Rosendahl Timepieces. It’s a nod to the minimalist movement that’s taken the world of watch designers by storm. All you see is a clean dial with no numerals. The designers have even dispensed with the top glass and the hour hand, opting instead for a large yellow dot on a rotating dial that that takes the dot forward on its never-ending journey from one hour to the next. It’s a clock that aims to look like a playful wristwatch. This neat trick, coupled with the toned down color, makes it an art piece that’s good enough to be a permanent exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.