Colour and time are perfectly matched on the internet.
For your synesthesic pleasure, check out this website clock that matches the time to its numeric hex code. Watch as the shades change as each second ticks by–kelly green turns into turquoise then fades into aquamarine. It’s the creation of Berlin-based artist James E. Murphy and has some The Clock vibes as you realize that you’re watching time pass for the sake of watching it pass.
If you’re extra sensitive to colour, you might notice that the clock doesn’t include every shade of the colour spectrum because of the positional numeral system of hex codes. Because hex codes are represented by a base 16, some shades are made up of letter and number mixtures. Those mixed hex codes are missing from the clock display. Even without those lettered shades, the clock has 16,777, 216 different colours—which makes for a beautiful waste of time.
Watch the colour clock here.