Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.
Gordon says he wanted to make a watch that was asymmetrical and used lights instead of numbers to tell time. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
The two vortices on this watch are 7-armed so reading it is tricky at first, but it’s quite a nice looking watch design. The face of this watch is reminiscent to that of Cory’s concept – “Particle“. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Max from the USA.
Max says “I was playing around with the symmetry of a rectangle while still trying to maintain an easy-to-read design. I was also looking for a watch that when idle, would have a plain black face”. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam had two ideas combined in this watch. One was about placing the display on an edge facing the eyes of the wearer and use the free space on top of the wrist for a battery recharge mechanism. Another idea was about having a tilt sensor and the fun you can have with it. The result is this tilt sensitive watch concept with manually rechargeable battery. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Nemoto san from Japan.
Denmark’s famous toy block LEGO has released an analog Lego block watch and Nemoto san has thought how Japan’s toy block, Nanoblock, will look as a watch. He chose Nanoblock for this design because of the 4mm size per block. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
This watch design tells the time like a standard analog watch, the difference is in how it does it. Everyone’s done the school physics experiment where you pour iron fillings on a paper with a magnet underneath. Anders says that that was the inspiration for this concept. A blank face sprinkled with steel particles. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says “The Skull and Crossbones on a black background, ‘Jolly Roger’ is instantly recognizable as the calling card of pirates throughout history. From Blackbeard and Henry Morgan, to Calico Jack Rackham and Captain Kidd, most all pirates would fly a variation of the Jolly Roger to strike fear in the hearts of their quarry.”