Design submitted by Adi from Israel.
With this watch design, Adi is trying to convey the cyclical yet chaotic movement of time with an innovative yet clear display of time. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Genghis from France.
At first glance, this concept looks like a simple strap with a watch shape, but the secret is beneath the first strap. If you ‘peel’ the strap, you will see a classical vertical time display in LED. The LEDs are off when they are hidden by the strap. A simple sensor switches the LEDs on when peeling the strap. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Devindh from UK.
The inspiration for this watch comes from the look of circuit boards and microprocessors. Devindh likes the contrast between metal and synthetic and chose this as a starting point for the idea. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Mauricio from the USA.
This design is from a timeless shape that has taken many forms over the years. Mauricio has tried to mix an old icon with new technology. The cross has most recently been used by motorcycle fans around the world and put onto countless products. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
A simple watch design that is both artistic and unique. Hours and minutes are positioned the same way as in a traditional watch with the minutes segment divided into five parts each to indicate single minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Andy from Ukraine.
This watch design was inspired by details of an ordinary kostruktora with the idea that if connected in series, four items can create an interesting design of attached laser that transmit information from one ledge to another cube, thus forming a figure similar to a scoreboard. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
The aim of this design is to maximise simplicity. With an aluminum block and LEDs aligned in a simple manner, the time can be read without any complicated calculations. Ideal for women and men who loving pure lines. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jon from the USA.
This watch design consists of several interconnected squares, each with protruding outer corners. Each corner represents 1 hour (the missing corner indicates the hour time). The red dots in the middle stand for 10 minutes each, the top middle green dot stands for 5 minutes, and the rest of the green dots on the bottom row stand for 1 minute. The yellow dots show whether is is AM or PM. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Bharat from India.
Bharat wanted to design a watch in black and white. He associated the colors to day and night and came up with this brilliant idea. When the watch face turns all black, it indicates 12 midnight; and when it’s all white, it’s 12 noon. Read the rest of this entry »