Jose says: I’ve always been the curiosity to ask me in formal and functional terms, would happen when I disassembling an analog watch to assemble it again but in a different way from the original, maintaining its features. Continue reading →
Jose says: Some time ago, reviewing old papers, I found some old pictures of my technical drawing studies, one of them contained three arcs of a circle, and it has inspired the TRIARCH concept watch. Continue reading →
Firdaus says: A mysterious way of time telling with eclipse code; this is Crimson watch design.
Despite its cryptic look, the time telling on Crimson is relatively easy to read. The eclipse ring indicates current hour and extended lights indicate current minute, all in analog +4 format. The watch material can be made in acetate (as depicted – black acetate) or stainless steel body and strap. Continue reading →
Anders says: A few weeks ago, I misread the wall clock at work. A colleague remarked that this blog has made me incapable of reading ordinary clocks, and I made some jokes about how weird a watch needs to be for me to be able to tell the time. One joke was that it can’t have two hands. That thought stayed, and I decided to make something of it.