The World Clock tells you the current time around the globe just by rolling it. Designer Masafumi Ishikawa created the timepiece when he lived in the United States while thinking about his friends and family back in Japan. Within a 12-sided dodecagonal shape, the clock displays 12 time zones cities including Tokyo, New York, and Dubai, where there are INTERSECT BY LEXUS locations. Rather than an advanced GPS sensor or complex internal mechanisms, the device can do this by changing the way you think about time: rotating the clock itself instead of the hands on the face. The dial also utilizes the same carbon fiber used for LEXUS sports cars. This carbon fiber, while seemingly simple, is actually interwoven meticulously by human hands, and accentuates the clock’s minimal design in which craftsmanship abounds. A unique accomplishment by Masafumi Ishikawa and his perceptive sense for what can improve the familiar, this item enriches daily life.