Just a little over a year ago, I highlighted 11 green clocks made from a variety of sustainable materials such as bamboo, reclaimed wood, and even old circuitboards. Well, time does fly when you're going green ... here's a look at 10 more eco-friendly timepieces made from everything but the kitchen sink: recycled paper money, bike parts, neckties, dishes, slate, reclaimed felt, and more. And, naturally, there's a solar-powered tick-tocker on the list. Check 'em out. 


I.Zak Time is Money Clock @ Emmo Home ($35) 















Resource Revival Hybrid Wall Clock @ Gent Supply Co. ($36.50)















Umbra Tie Clock @ Umbra ($252)















Animal Clock Uma (Horse) @ MollaSpace ($80)














China Cabinet Clock (Large) @ Anthropologie ($188)















Modern Baby Owl Clock @ Decoylab ($48)















PilotDesign Green Splat Bamboo Wall Clock @ Etsy ($55)















Kikkerland Solar Wall Clock @ Kikkerland ($48)













Reclaimed Slate Clock @ UncommonGoods ($95)












Cake Felt Clock @ Supermarket ($45)


Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

Mother Nature meets Father Time: 2010 Edition
On the market for a new clock? Consider one of these 10 inventive eco-timepieces for the home.