Modern Bauhaus Clock Wallpaper
Everyone who's studied Bauhaus in adequate depth will immediately see where my clock, heavily inspired by Max Bill's clock (shape), breaks the pure Bauhaus spirit. The clock clearly has too much belly fat, or non-functional space, if you prefer. Then again, I've never been a strict follower of, well, anything.
While my breaking of one of the fundamental principles that distinguishes Bauhausian modernism from pretty much every other modernism inspired artistic direction dating back to the early 20th Century, isn't far from being a crime, I herewith present you with the most useless, pointless, futile, drivel-inducing clock known to... this blog.
Download, schmownload, and do whatever suits your fancy.
To make it as convenient as possible, I've sized them to be 2560x1600 pixels. That should cover most screen resolutions. The wallpaper comes in 7 colour variations and they're all dull. Dullisciously dull, if I may say so myself. Matter it does not. Aaaand... because I don't want to indulge any longer in my slightly manic verbal diarrhoe, clearly evident all over this post, I must cease instanter to leave you be and get back to my client work.
Download .zip file (9.37MB): Bauhaus Clock Wallpapers