Design submitted by Matthew from the USA.
Matthew says: I came up with this concept while I was working on another concept. I started to play around with the logo. I cropped off the top part of the logo, and placed it basically right next to the bottom half. This gave me the inspiration of creating a design that can be easily read, while the top half of the number is sliced from the bottom half of the number.
Continue reading Split watch slices through time.
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: My watch design this time is a bluetooth watch with focus on broadcasting synced information and updates from smartphone: This can include; Email (from & subject), message, incoming call, Facebook notification, tweet, subscribed news (headline), to do list etc…
Continue reading Broadcast watch manages your digital life.
Design submitted by Valentin from the USA.
Valentin says: I have always wanted a bracelet-watch. one that looks exactly like a bracelet but can still tell time. uniquely.
Continue reading Bracelet Sync watch lets you customise.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: This is another interpretation of the Rorschach test into an E-paper watch that challenges your imagination.
Update: this watch is now available to buy here, exclusively from Tokyoflash Japan.
Continue reading Rorschach 2 e-paper watch [update]
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: Since my participation in the blog I have had a few ideas for watch design inspired by cube like forms. 3D Unlimited is one of my favourite TF designs and I love the simple but cryptic looking geometry. I have often thought it would be great if it was possible to create an analogue version. “Anacube” was the result. This design also takes a few cues form the internationally recognised puzzle “Rubik” cube.
Continue reading Anacube: A geometric, analogue style LCD watch.
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
Laszlo says: Cryptic view, easy to read LCD watch concept. The upper two digits indicates the hours or the months and the lower two digits is the minutes or the days.
Continue reading Quadrats LCD watch with cryptic circular digits
Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: I was playing around with radially distorted digits arranged within a circular display. By using the sectors of the display to the right and left, the time creates a silhouette that is reminiscent of a butterfly, so I call this concept Monarch.
Continue reading The Butterfly Effect: Monarch LCD watch.