Sam Says: Xtal is the result of some small sketches I made when having lunch. When I looked back at the paper, I liked the initial mystery of the numbers, the simple geometry of the watch and the general edginess of everything.
Barry says: I got the inspiration for this timepiece from my days as a student, and then, for 36 years, as a high-school teacher. One type of test questioning was called “MATCHING”, with two columns, A & B.
Jordan says: Recently, I’ve been watching a lot Prison Break. Yesterday however, I watched the last episode and clicked away to the Tokyoflash Blog in sadness. That’s when it hit me: A wristwatch in the shape of a handcuff. Continue reading →
Sarah says: I’m always torn between my geeky scientist side that loves sci fi and my awe of nature. A funky snowflake pattern with a sci fi feel to it seemed like a logical and interesting idea! Plus geometric patterns and blue lights appeal to me! Continue reading →