Affectionately called the "Polish Moon," this four-sided clock is one of the iconic landmarks in the city of Milwaukee. Built in 1962, the Allen-Bradley clock tower received the moniker, “Polish Moon,” because of the large Irish population that called the area around the clock tower home. Today, the clock tower and connecting building are home to Rockwell Automation’s corporate offices. While it may no longer be the largest four-sided clock in the world, it is definitely the largest clock in Milwaukee and is also one of the most identifiable landmarks in the city.
John Kowalczyk's pop art twist on this historic landmark will add flair and style to any room.