Pendulum Clocks

By Modern Moose


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3D wall clock with pendulum. Designed by Paul Ocepek. Made to order.

  • Made in the USA: Norfolk, MA
  • Materials: Baltic birch plywood, quartz movements, non-toxic water-based inks
  • Plywood is laser-cut and 0.125" thick
  • Handcrafted
  • Pre-drilled hole for easy hanging
  • No assembly required
  • Requires 1 AA battery (not included)
  • Dimensions: 11.5" x 11.5" x 1"
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs.

15 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Shark clock is AWESOME!

10/6/2014 by Peter

Great product - super fun to look at in the baby's nursery. Quick delivery - arrived intact and undamaged. Thank you!



6/18/2014 by Andrea

But wrong color


Neat Clock!

12/3/2013 by John

This is really a nifty clock. A great gift for a 2 year old's bedroom!



10/5/2014 by Jeanne

Very cute....nice in the den.


Much paler than the photos

12/21/2014 by Irene

The shark clock I received was much paler in color than what you see in the photos. It's more a weathered grey blue. The wood is also very thin. It's a cute idea, but I expected it to look better for the price. It looks cheap in my opinion.More > < Less

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About Modern Moose

Playing With Time

Paul Ocepek had some time on his hands. He started sketching, then tinkering with a laser cutting machine, and soon he was creating 3D models of his playful characters and turning them into graphic clocks.

Each of Paul’s creations is loaded with personality. His pirate looks mischievous but not menacing, and the clock bot is charmingly robotic. The tweedy owl has a quirky, mod vibe, and the sockmonkey delivers just the right dose of cuteness. These funky time-keepers can stand on a tabletop or shelf, or hang on a wall in the kitchen, bedroom, or family room.

Paul, who’s trained as an industrial designer, makes each Modern Moose clock to order in his Norfolk, MA studio. He uses birch plywood and nontoxic water-based inks (there are no glues or chemical coatings). He cuts the wood pieces with a laser, sands the pieces by hand, applies color using a special ink-jet printing process, and then assembles the parts by hand to create his layered compositions.

Just in the nick of time.