Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “The inspiration for this watch design comes from bracelet watches with a continuous pattern all around the wrist. This time I let several lines surround the wrist and the result is the futuristic On Line. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Eric from the USA.
Eric says: “I wanted a simple but unconventional way of telling the time. The recycling logo is an interesting starting point for this idea and also carries a message of supporting sustainability through recycling. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: “I was trying to think of a simple manner of displaying the time based on an existing well know product. Dominoes fitted the bill perfectly. They are internationally recognised, and the dots give a very simple method of displaying the time.
(English) Design submitted by Peter from UK.
Peter figured out a way to tell time using an image of a jet engine. Read the rest of this entry »
Kisai Seven is the third fan-submitted concept to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The conceptual idea for Kisai Seven was submitted in October 2010 by a reader of the blog and fan of Tokyoflash, Scott Galloway from the UK. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Denise from the Philippines.
Denise says: “I wanted to create a minimalist watch that would look sophisticated and cool at the same time”. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam’s initial idea was to create an ever changing display which works with interference (short term change coming from the second hand) and color change (long term change coming from the hour and minute hands). Halftone is actually a technique used in printing. It works like an LED screen – it simulates any color by just using a few. The difference from a LED screen is that it’s not limited to a rectangular grid. The few colors of cyan, magenta, yellow (and black too) are applied in tiny dots. From a certain distance, this dot pattern cannot be seen anymore and the basic colors seem to mix to the final motif. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
As a puzzle designer, Lloyd is always looking for news ways of looking at things. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by John from Canada.
The idea for this watch design popped into John’s head after seeing a drain covering. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: “I’ve been playing with the idea of splitting digits lengthwise to make them cryptic but readable. It appears to be a code, but they are just digits in disguise!”. Read the rest of this entry »