Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: I wanted to imagine a watch extremely simple design.
The “Just a watch-Watch”, is a watch with Led which functions in 12 X 1 hour, 5 X 10 minutes and 9 X 1 minute.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: Back in August 2012 I submitted a design called “Grid” which displayed the time in a very simple analogue format using a projected grid onto slightly 3D looking hands or discs. This gave the watch a retro futuristic look but would have been tricky to make due to the projection element.
This design called “Deflection” gets around this issue but retains the retro futuristic look.
Design submitted by William from Norway.
William says: Recently, I have watched an Episode of The Simpsons in which a reference to the movie “A clockwork Orange” was made. This was the starting point of my inspiration for this project…
Design submitted by Moatasem from Egypt.
Moatasem says: As an Architect and a Design developer, the idea came from applying architectural principals to form a dynamic geometry that is both minimal and attractive. The flow of a basic module helps to create accurate spaces in buildings; that also applies to objects such as wrist watches. Read the rest of this entry »
Kisai Rorschach is the latest concept design to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog.
Submitted by Samuel Jerichow from Germany, the concept for Kisai Rorschach was posted on the blog in March 2013. Kisai Rorschach has been in development over the past year and is now available to buy exclusively at Tokyoflash Japan. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.
Gordon says: This is ICON. A watch that can be customized by choosing from a palette of materials to fit the wearer’s style. I was going for a minimalistic style that was rugged and modern, but not too rugged. I think this watch is unique because it uses what i like to call a 11-4-11 method of telling time. That is to say 11 lights for the hours, 11 lights for the 5 minute intervals and 4 lights for the single minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Timur from Kyrgyzstan.
Timur says: Flexibility of time. Time seeing of this watch is very simple.
The hour and minutes will be shown by lines. If we take the main big picture, first line shows that it is 6 o clock, the second line shows that it pasts 15 minutes, so it is 6.15.
Design submitted by Jean-François from Canada.
Jean-François says: Roman numeral is an ancient way to write numbers that has survived to this day. Inspired by the passage of this code through the century, like some kind of supernatural force, I designed the Werewolf watch.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: I checked my thermometer recently (thanks to a summer flu) and and it’s one that works with quicksilver. It made me think about a mirror LCD display that could pretend to be made of quicksilver drops. I decided for a simple analog based digital display. The inspiration came from the observation of quicksilver forming drops before joining a bigger mass of itself.
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 Igor from Serbia.
Igor says: I was searching for clean and simple design with relatively easy time-telling. Using LCD technology, I’ve come up with new arabic number design, using only parts of them. This type of watch is like symbiosis between today everyday models and future models.
Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.
Wilhelm says: The ONE-6: Counting LED lights on a binary watch is nothing new, but sometimes it is very difficult to read the time, so I came up with a similar idea, but with an easier way to remember the value of each LED by only using the numbers 1 to 4.
Design submitted by Dimitar from Bulgaria.
Dimitar says: This is my next design called “Ozonе”. I decided to create a simple design looking watch and after different ideas I chose this one.
It’s a watch with two different ways to display the hours. The Ozonе is a watch for those who like round and circly displays with a stylish look and a easy to read design.
Design submitted by Pawel from Germany.
Pawel says: I found that no one has ever tried to hide the time display within the markers for minutes and hours of an analog display. After the Edge Watch, this is similar idea of hiding digital numbers in the edge of an analog face.
Drsign submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: The idea of the NU watch concept is using a simple geometric twist to create a minimalistic analog watch display. I was playing around with positive and negative space that’s been taken away from or added to the watch face.