Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.
Gordon says he wanted to make a watch that was asymmetrical and used lights instead of numbers to tell time. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
The two vortices on this watch are 7-armed so reading it is tricky at first, but it’s quite a nice looking watch design. The face of this watch is reminiscent to that of Cory’s concept – “Particle“. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Max from the USA.
Max says “I was playing around with the symmetry of a rectangle while still trying to maintain an easy-to-read design. I was also looking for a watch that when idle, would have a plain black face”. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: “Some friends asked me for an analog watch design with multiple functions, so this is an analog watch. Reading time is the same as analog watch dial, but instead of being circular, it is deployed in two lines, so the reading system is the same. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Arnaud from France.
Arnaud came up with this design from his own desire to possess a watch which remains classical in terms of functions, but has a unique blend of geometric form. The design perfectly blends high performance and contemporary aesthetics. It is a chronograph watch with tachymeter. Apart from the case design, the functions remain traditional. Read the rest of this entry »
Submitted by Augustin from Switzerland
The idea of the X shape comes from a traffic light’s sign (the red one) I was staring at this sign for long minutes, highly concentrated, to make it become green… my thinking slowly derivated far from the goal, but reached an unexpected idea…
The result of the 3 X and the other digits is nicely geometrical and lets many possibilities to display time, date, chrono and may be other functions. Despite a completely different way of displaying time than the classic hands, I think it is still easy to read. With training, it even must be quite quick to get it. Isn’t it the spirit of Tokyoflash ?