The Art Room offers art as a form of therapeutic intervention to children and young people with emotional and beahvioural difficulties.
Some 60 illustrators, photographers, architects painters and sculptors have designed clocks for the show, many of them referencing the charity’s work in their pieces. All of the clocks will be available to buy from 17 June onwards.
The concept chimes with the work of the charity, which encourages children to work with tangible items that they can transform into works of art, as a way of improving self-esteem, self-confidence, and independence.
This Martin Parr design is a very literal take on tea time, but we rather like it.
Maggi Hambling’s clock is typically moody and has all the energy of a raging sea.
Yinka Shonibare has gone for this collage effect.
Face Time: An exhibition in aid of The Art Room, runs from 16-21 June at Threadneedle Space, Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1