Patrick says: While surfing the Web, I noticed that my “Flying-Watch” was always displayed on multiple Websites (a project positioned on the site of Tokyoflash since nearly 4 years), so I decided to update it by adding some additional features.
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.
Andrew says: In the future humanity is extinct & only the artificial intelligence machines initially created by man remain. These Androids have created a time portal to travel in the past & try to save humans from their own environmental , political, historical mistakes. Cybernetic is inspired by Peter’s Edge wristwatch.
Anders says: I was on the tram about six months ago when I caught sight of a concrete buttress of some sort, which was shaped like a number of intersecting blocks. It was an interesting shape that I thought might make an interesting watch face, so I sketched out a few ideas. None of them worked, however, but I kept coming back to it.
Peter says: This is “Tri/5/9″ a back to basics 12/5/9 LED design.
I was trying to think of a simple and intuitive 12/5/9 watch and the most logical format I could think of was a triangular layout. One side for hours, one for tens of minutes and one for single minutes.