Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
This is “Hybrid MKII” a redesign of “Hybrid” which featured on the blog back in March 2012. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Andree from Australia.
The c.r.y.s.t.a.l watch is based on the stereographic projection of a cubic crystal. Crystallographers use this projection to display three-dimensional crystal info (directions and planes) onto a two-dimensional surface such as paper. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Brice from France.
Brice says: I am pleased to introduced my first project called “What’ch V.3″. The idea was to create a watch that can be carried in several ways: bracelet, around the neck and as a pocket watch. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
The Monolith concept started with sketching for minimalistic numbers. I made these slim blocks with different lengths that form numbers in a new way. They look a bit like a barcode or some skyscraper lights. There are no horizontal elements but these numbers work just fine. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
The following LCD Analogue / Binary Hybrid watch design concept is based on the Retro Computer Game: Asteroids. Where A space craft in the centre of the screen shoot laser blasts at asteroid floating through Space in order to break them up / destroy them. The LED Back Light changes in shade to mark the transition from Dull / Pale Shade; AM to lighter / Brighter Shade: PM. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Matt from Canada.
Matt says: I wanted to make an analog-digital watch. I choose digital hour and analog minute and second. I choose to go with seven segments for the hour. There are six 1-hour lights and one +6 hours light at 12 o’clock. I realized that I could do a 24 hours version. In the end, I choose to combine them to do one submission. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “Shapeshifter” is an LCD concept watch that uses weird looking shapes to display the time and date in a slightly perplexing way. The shapes resemble those found in games like Tetris and give the watch a geeky retro feel. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
Laszlo says: I wanted to design a very easy to read watch. The PXL concept shows the figures in two different modes. Both are instantly recognizable (hours on top, minutes in the middle and seconds at the bottom). Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
Jordan says: I’ve always been interested in the moon and it was something I wanted to project into a wristwatch design. The moon has been used many times before on the blog but not yet (I think) as an analogue-crescent style. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Alex from the UK.
Alex says: The inspiration for this design actually came from that old snake game we have all played on those old mobile phones. I also thought what is more original for displaying numbers than by using other numbers. Read the rest of this entry »
Design by Laszlo from Hungary.
Laszlo says: Many of the digital concepts presented on the blog show hours and minutes, but not seconds. Including the seconds adds to the appeal because not only is it a more accurate representation of the time, but it also attracts more attention with an ever changing display. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
Anders says: This is Centric, an attempt at a one-hand watch concept. I’ve been wrestling with the idea for a while, trying to get it to work, and this is the result. I’ve tried to keep the styling subtle to correspond to the mechanical simplicity of the design. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Heather from the USA and Tokyoflash Design Studio
Heather says: The Kryptonic LED watch design from Tokyoflash Design Studio was awesome, and very reminiscent of Predator. According to comments, the only difficulty was time-reading (memorizing placement). Read the rest of this entry »