Kisai Blade is the latest concept design to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. Submitted by Peter Fletcher from the UK, Kisai Blade takes design cues from two submissions; P-Zero and Turbine which were posted on the blog in August 2012 and October 2011. Continue reading →
Pawel says: I found that no one has ever tried to hide the time display within the markers for minutes and hours of an analog display. After the Edge Watch, this is similar idea of hiding digital numbers in the edge of an analog face.
Sam says: The idea of the NU watch concept is using a simple geometric twist to create a minimalistic analog watch display. I was playing around with positive and negative space that’s been taken away from or added to the watch face.
Patrick says: The “Lozenge-Watch” is a watch without claim, with a very easy reading for the carrier of the watch, the entourage will be able to see there, with the first access, of “Aztecs” symbols or others, catching his attention.
Andrew says: Surge: It is the year 3013 & humanity has added created cybernetic organ implants to extend their life spans. These Implants however required constant monitoring so the every individual that has a implant/s has a Surge monitor (wristwatch) to monitor it power levels. Surge Is based on Iron Man’s Chest ARC reactor that sends surges of Arc energy to power his Robotic armour.
Peter says: “This is “Double Helix” a back to basics analogue watch design. The inspiration for this design is the humble spring washer or locking washer which simply consists of a washer which is split and shaped into a subtle helix. This design uses two helix like forms to describe the time hence the name “Double Helix”. Continue reading →