Picture of Drum Head Wall Clock
I did this project a few years ago and decided it would be a good idea to go ahead and post it online. I had an extra bass drum head lying around that I had no need for. I thought it would be neat idea to turn it into some sort of wall art. I finally decided to turn it into a giant wall clock. The hands are black and the black cent makes it hard to see, I plan to paint it white some day. 

Drum Head
Clock mechanism

Pencil/dry erase marker
sharpie/perm. marker

Step 1: Find an appropriate drum head and find the center of circle

Picture of Find an appropriate drum head and find the center of circle
My band teacher was throwing out old/unused drum heads, and I was able to obtain a 20-21" head for a bass drum. 
After obtaining a drum head, the next you will have to do is find the center of it. I don't have any pictures showing how I did it, but here's a video that I think is excellent in showing how (minus the Macintosh voice over.)

Note: In the first step when you draw a line somewhere, I drew mine parallel with the Slingerland logo so I can make the clock lines parallel/perpendicular with the logo.   

Also, I would not suggest using a sharpie on the head as it may not come off and it will show through, mine reluctantly came off with a Mr. Clean sponge. But I would stay on the safe side and use a non-permanent marker or a pencil.