Design submitted by Jacques from The Netherlands.
Jacques says: The watch is a redesign of the watch I posted earlier. Although the watch looks quite different from the first one, the principle actually is the same. A minimalistic watch with a completely blank front and time reading functionality on the side, which creates a surprising effect compared to the many watches with frontal displays and numerous clocks/pointers etc.
Continue reading Discreet watch returns with a re-design
Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.
Andy says: My idea is based on popular watch Kisai Kaidoku. I decided to use text time message, but to use unconventional text style, to use color spectrum
Continue reading Rainbow spectrum watch translates time into colour.
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: An enigmatic watch inspired by my “Mangekyo-Watch-LCD“, like the latter, inspired by my “Hiding-Watch“.
Continue reading Mangekyo LED watch with kaleidoscope effect.
Design submitted by Justin from the UK.
Justin says: I’ve always had a fondness for the pagan, witchcraft side of humanity and have always wanted to see a watch with a similar style/look. So…I made one!
I give you Rune.
Continue reading RUNE watch conjures up a mystic time telling mode. (update)
Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.
Wilhelm says: Splitting digits is nothing new here on the TF blog, so I was inspired to create another version of this idea. My brief was simple; the watch must be easy to read, easy to be manufactured, while keeping the exclusive spirit of a TF watch.
Continue reading Evotch watch splits digits in two for code-like display
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: I was scribbling around for a time display, that would be cool as tattoo or graffiti, some sort of iconic symbol that would draw it’s justification from the look first, then by the hidden meaning.
The idea of stacking numbers isn’t new, but there are many ways how to do it. I chose a 12-5-9 time format and gave the numbers of each category different proportions. This is where the name PLUS comes from, because the first and the last digit have the opposite proportions and form a cross.
Continue reading PLUS watch is an electronic tattoo for your wrist.
Design submitted by Matt from Canada.
Matt says: I wanted a watch that was using 3-4 blocks for the hour/month and color changing LED’s for when the blocks are used for the 2nd/3rd/etc series of numbers. For the minute, I wanted 2 big digits for the minute/day.
I wanted to use a 1 piece lens & add a grid over it. The best size is a challenge. This is why I did 3 pictures/2 3D models. Engraving the lens was another option.
Continue reading Grid watch merges cryptic & digital time reading.