Good Afternoon clock uses diffuse light as hands

This beautiful piece of design is called the Good Afternoon clock, designed by Japan's Mile Project. Narrow slits in the bezel let a bit of light through, which spreads out on the glass surface. These rays of light act as the hour, minute and second hands. It's both simple and innovative at the same time, a combo that results in truly elegant design. I want it.

Mile Project via Moco Loco