Design submitted by José from Spain.
José says: I want to share here this new concept inspired by the iconography of smartphones, tablets, etc.
Design submitted by Igor from Serbia.
Igor says: When Rob Halford from Judas Preist wore studs in 1979. in “Breaking the Law”, he didn’t knew that his trade mark will become a one of the most popular detail ever. Especially now. You can see them everywhere so why I can’t design a female watch in that manner? Women watches are often becoming a bracelets too, part of a accessory.
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: Analog movement + art + freedom = ARTNALOGY.
This is an analog watch design with electronic paper display. This is not a new idea, but an idea, refined. A normal analog movement watch with changeable face background, customizeable by user. The purpose is to maximize talent of analog movement, in a watch! ((There will be storage mechanism, either by using micro sd card or built in memory with usb connectivity.))
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: The “Lozenge-Watch” is a watch without claim, with a very easy reading for the carrier of the watch, the entourage will be able to see there, with the first access, of “Aztecs” symbols or others, catching his attention.
Design submitted by Andrew from UK.
Andrew says: Escape is removable wrist watch face or Escape Capsule that can be worn as Dog tag style pendant, attach to a Key ring on your house / car key as well as worn on the wrist. Furthermore other interchangeable wrist watch straps / bracelets would be available to purchase separately giving the owner the option of changing the look of the watch without having to buy an entire new watch. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: I was trying to think of a really intuitive analogue style time telling method that could be easily made using an LCD display. I have played around on previous designs with rings that describe the hours (orbital decay) and others that use dots to highlight the analogue positions on a watch face (Tri-Ripple) so I decided to combine both of these elements.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: I was experimenting with minimalistic numbers that were based on the equality sign. I ended up giving some segments angled ends to make the numbers better recognizable while staying futuristically minimalistic.
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: Kabuki (4-in-1): is inspired by the LED Helmet masks worn by the french electronic music artists: Daft Punk. But instead of using LED’s this display uses a touch screen LCD or E-ink Display & is constructed various bracelet materials each with up to eight LED colors options each to choose from: Blue, Cyan, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, or Yellow.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: I was sketching for an analog based sci-fi E-paper display based on half circles. I took the advantage of E-paper towards LCD to hide and create display gaps whenever pleasing. So I created these half circle segments whose repetition, the echoing, has a deeper meaning for the time telling. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: In an attempt to “change the way I think about time”, I pondered ways of telling time that could be different. In doing so, I thought about an hourglass, which led to the creation of rounded digits that could appear to fill an hourglass.
Design submitted by Ignacio from Spain.
Ignacio says: This is a redesign of my first idea published on tokyoflash blog, Ronu. I always loved my first idea, but in 2011 (the year I designed it), I had no idea of 3D, as you can see. It’s some ugly the design I did, isn’t?
That’s why I redesign it, trying to do the best I know to date, trying to refresh it, to upgrade it.