Design submitted by Devindh from the UK.
Devindh says: “This design combines 2 ideas. Stylistically it is influenced by the Mongolian tradition of reading and writing vertical text, a practice now common in other parts of Asia, including Japan. The second idea is based on the simple desire to protect the screen from scratches, making the piece more durable.
The main body of the watch has two ‘wings’, minutes on the right, and hours on the left. The custom type used for the numerals is laser cut through the metal outer shell. Beneath the outer shell are 2 OLED screens displaying blocks of coloured light that gain meaning when viewed through the pierced surface. This watch is primarily a ‘dress’ piece. Like most watches in the Tokyoflash range, it should appeal to anybody who likes being different and ‘modern’.
The majority of designs that have been submitted so far have been rendered in ‘synthetic’ materials. My choice of gold coloured, satin finished metal is what sets this piece apart.
A beautiful design by Devindh that certainly stands out. How do you feel about the design, the materials and technology chosen? Please offer your thoughts in the comments section below and if you’d like to see this design become reality, vote now.