Design submitted by Ignacio from Spain.
Ignacio says: “The inspiration for this watch design came from my previous submission, 4Cross. It’s practically the same idea, but much more simple and with another aspect. I searched for some inspiration in the Tokyoflash Watch Museum, the Tibida and Pimp Pusher watches inspiring me the most. Continue reading Four Squares Watch Inspired By The Watch Museum
Design submitted by Yoann from France.
Yoann says : i was watching a series on tv and i noticed that strange ancient symbols are often used in some movies, video games and other sci-fi stories and i told myself “why don’t make a watch concept with this ?”
So i tried something on my photo edit software and i found simply by superimposing two inverted number it make a cool alien/ancient looking symbol.
You will need REFLEXION for read this watch !
Continue reading REFLEXION watch mirrors numbers into symbols
Design submitted by Hea’thër from Bluton & Sam from Germany.
Hea’thër & Sam say: In 1947, a Blutonian vessel crash-landed on Earth, and in searching through the debris, scientists were fascinated to learn that objects that came from the planet Bluton glow purple when exposed to Earth’s atmosphere. In view of the fact that the vessel’s crew was never recovered, many believe that there are Blutonian natives living among us today, hiding in plain sight. You may even be able to recognize them by their sense of style – all have an affinity for objects that remind them of their home planet, objects that glow.
Continue reading V-BL47 LED watch crash-lands, walks among us!
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: I came up with this latest Idea of transforming a Triple Yin Yang symbol in to a watch face.
Each section of the Triple Yin Yang is used to Display a separate section or amount of time that has elapsed within a 12 hour period.
Continue reading Triple Yin Yang watch contemplates the time.
Design submitted by Albert from the USA.
Albert says: I wanted to design a watch that would tell a visual joke, or at the very least, be amusing to the reader. Working from there, I decided to use the word “TIME” to tell the time.
Continue reading TI:ME watch tells, erm, the time?
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says : I was influenced by many Japanese Tokusatsu and most of them featured henshin gadget that are very futuristic and stylish. Inspired by the shape of digit “4” and Japanese “つ” (tsu), I came up with this watch design.
Continue reading FOUR : A Futuristic LED Watch Design
Design Submitted by Paolo from the Netherlands.
Paolo says: Like everyone else I encountered the fact that time can be an enemy or friend. This concept reflects this idea. Radar is used to detect any intruding objects and establishes them to be friend or foe.
Continue reading Radar Pulse watch pings the time, captain.