Devindh says: I called this design ‘Ebi’ because the eventual design reminded me of a lobster. The idea stemmed from my exploration of e-paper. I wanted to incorporate laser cut pieces of e-paper into a design, as this display technology lends itself to custom shapes.
Sam says: In the design process for my FOCUS watch I sketched for a concept called ALIEN TATTOO that uses the same way of stacking numbers. Despite the issues, that a transparent screen might bring, I liked the idea of overlapping the wrist with a cool ornamental display. This is how AEON came to being.
Peter says: This is “Digit Stacked MKIII” cryptic LED watch.
The original idea consisted of digits made up of LEDs, the digits were arranged one inside the other in a russian doll style. This allowed the quite regular digits to become cryptic, artistic and abstract.
Sam says: There is this wrist surrounding line (ito in japanese) which adapts in the case region to show the four digits of the time display. The line itself can always be seen completely, but it is not illuminated.
Laszlo says: This design is a conventional, easy to read, analog movement watch.
The watch’s hands is made for translucent material. Time telling is completely straight forward analogue. The biggest square is the hour hand, the medium-sized is the minutes and the most narrow square is the second hand. With constantly changing patterns shows the time without the need to press any button.
Peter says: This is “Trylon” a 12-5-9 format LED watch.
I had an idea to design a watch based on the image of the “flux capacitor” from the time traveling Delorean from the “back to the future” movies. In the development stage I had more of a Cylon image in my head and ended up with something between a Cylon and the robot spaceships from the first star-wars films which had a “Y” shape face. The name “Trylon” came from the combination of the “Y” shape face and Cylon like lights.
Heather & Sam say: AURA is a unisex sci-fi fashion LED watch for people who want to look well equipped for the future. The slim case is perforated by four vertically aligned holes, that instantly catch eyes.