Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
This radar inspired analog watch design from Laszlo has three color variants in a solid round stainless steel casing with a perforated front panel. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Peter from UK.
The idea for this watch design was based on a kids toy which consisted of a clear plastic packet of iron filings that could be manipulated with a magnet to create images or decorate pre-determined images. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Rachid from Switzerland.
A man once said “even a broken watch can show the exact time twice a day”. Rachid heard this again in a movie not long ago and he thought that it is an amusing idea to create an analog broken-looking watch that shows the correct time. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
This watch design is inspired by the Dharma Initiative logo from the mystery series LOST. That logo is actually a derivation of an I-Ching symbol. The part of the symbol, which interested Sam was the interruption of lines. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says, “Space travel and the concept of Warp Technology have always piqued my interest. I wanted to do a design that was both futuristic and a tad bizarre. This analog design aims to achieve a balance between future tech and fictional science”. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
This watch is an analog design where the minutes hand shows through a three-armed spiral pattern of holes in the watch face and the hours hand shows through a circular hole in the center. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Roman from Russia.
Roman’s idea for his new watch design was based on a desire to reach convenience in operation and simplicity of perception of time. The idea is born from an attempt to connect the analog clock and diode chronology, and the best object to fulfill this purpose is the natural form of a flower. Read the rest of this entry »