Design submitted by Lewis from the UK.
Lewis says: Axis came from using my 3D package. I wanted to incorporate the form of the x, y and z into a watch and began playing with art styles. The idea to incorporate a compass came naturally with the idea of navigating 3D space.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: The idea for this design is a back to basics LED or LCD watch with a digital/analogue time telling method.
The time is told in an analogue format using digits to act as the marker in a similar way to “On Air” but in this case the digits live in a perimeter around the outside of the display.
Design submitted by Dmitry from Russia.
Dmitry says: In a dream. It is the truth! When I woke up, I started drawing.
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: When it comes to planet inspired watch, many already used Saturn, Saturn and Saturn, then Uranus, Neptune. When I had such design, I have to escort to another name
Design submitted by Ignacio from Spain.
Ignacio says: I always dream with minimalist and cool watches, with no clock hands and very few elements.
Red Sector is one of those dreams, where simplex, technology and design are mixed to create a futuristic and outlaw watch.
Design submitted by Justin from the UK.
Justin says: Ive had this design in my Sketch-Pad for a while & cant remember how it originated, it probably started off as a hexagon and evolved from that. I may have been watching something on TV about germs or Micro-Organisms which influenced the design.
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden & Peter from the UK.
Anders & Peter say: Time, they say, is constant … linear … consistent ~ well, everyone but theoretical physicists anyway. But the way we experience or perceive time can be anything but consistent.
When we are enjoying ourselves time is said to fly by, when we are bored time seems to slow down and drag.
“Relativity” is a watch concept that hopes to make this subjective perception of time visible.