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Awesome 80s Wall Clocks - How Cool Are These?

Collage of 80s Wall Clocks

I discovered some very cool 80s themed wall clocks today while browsing Redbubble, and there are literally hundreds of amazing designs created by independent artists which I haven't seen at any other store. In fact, the choice is pretty overwhelming and I could cover an entire wall with these clocks - there are so many great designs.

If you just want go and view them all then here's the link;

80s Wall Clocks at Redbubble

Worldwide shipping is available and you can change your currency on the bottom right of any page.

To give you an idea of what's available, I created the montage above which is the ideal size for posting on Facebook. However, let's take a look at some more of my favourite designs that I've picked out below and just click/select the image to go straight to the item at Redbubble. The prices are actually very decent, too, with most of the clocks available for just £20.

By the way, you can choose from different frame and hand colours, too, which is not something you can do at many stores.


80s Geometric Memphis Pattern Wall Clock
Geometric Memphis Pattern Clock
I love 80s pastel shades and this design is uncluttered and stylish

80s Sunset and Grid Clock
Sunset and Grid Wall Clock
A classic neon grid and sunset design which looks perfect as a clock

80s Block Colour Clock
Block Colour Geometric Clock
ATV Television Ident Wall Clock
ATV Ident Wall Clock
Well, I just love this one! Associated Television was active from 1968 to 1982, and anyone who grew-up in the 70s and early 80s will certainly remember this ident.

Back To The Future Logo Clock
Back To The Future Logo Clock
Here is a logo and movie that just about everyone recognises from 1985. Choose the black frame to match the background. A white frame works well as a good contrasting colour.

Cafe 80's Wall Clock
Cafe 80's Wall Clock
Sticking with the Back To The Future theme, this design looks very cool indeed, particularly with a black frame.

Sinclair ZX Spectrum Wall Clock
Sinclair ZX Spectrum Clock
Well, this is a must have for any Speccy fan and looks great with a black or white frame. However, there are lots of other Sinclair themed clocks available.

My Little Pony Rainbow Wall Clock
My Little Pony Rainbow Clock
My Little Pony toys first hit the shops in 1981 and grew a huge following during the decade. I particularly like this design, but there are plenty more to choose from with a retro or more modern theme.


BBC1 Retro Clock
Retro BBC1 Wall Clock
This is a clever idea to use the old BBC clock as a background. Just Brilliant!

BBC2 70s Wall Clock
BBC2 70s Wall Clock
Well now I don't know which one to get - maybe both! But wait, there's more...

BBC Two 80s Logo Clock
BBC Two 80s Clock
In 1986, BBC2 launched this new logo which was used until 1991. 

80s Triangles and Grid Wall Clock
80s Triangles and Grid Clock
Who doesn't love an 80s triangle? I love the soft, pastel colours.


This one has a similar theme but is slightly bolder.

80s Memphis Art Wall Clock
Memphis Art Wall Clock
If you like bold patterning then this eye-catching design may be more your style.

Neon Grid Triangles Wall Clock
Neon Grid Triangles Clock
Grids, triangles and neon streaks feature in this striking design

So these are all of my favourite designs and I hope you like them, too. Redbubble have, by far, the best range of clocks I've seen with an eighties theme, and the prices are excellent. Don't forget that you can change the colour of the hands which is is very useful if you actually want to see the time! 


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