Tag Archives: Watch Design

A Stylish & Simple LCD Watch Design

Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: “I wanted to come up with a simple and uncluttered watch design using an LCD screen. The overall design is intended to reflect the relative simplicity of the liquid crystal technology. My aim was to display the time in a similarly simple manner, not far removed from a traditional analog watch. Continue reading A Stylish & Simple LCD Watch Design

Zero Visibility Smart Glass Watch Design

Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.

Jordan says: “I was looking at past designs, and I liked the look of the Shinshoku band, so I designed my own look-alike. The actual watch face is covered in a sheet of ‘Smart Glass’. This glass can change from fully opaque, to transparent in a matter of milliseconds. Continue reading Zero Visibility Smart Glass Watch Design

Plaq – A Wooden Watch Design

Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: “Due to a comment on one of my earliest submissions where the poster had mistaken a leather armband for wood, i’ve been toying with the idea of a wooden watch design. Partly for the novelty value but also because I love wood as a material. This; plaq, is the result. Continue reading Plaq – A Wooden Watch Design

All Around The Wrist Analog Watch Design

Design submitted by Jonny from the UK.

Jonny says: “I was fed up seeing really awesome concept watches that I could not buy. It struck me that by law a watch must be a face and a strap. We are unable to buy the watch with a display all the way round your wrist designed by Peugeot or what ever. I wanted a concept that was realistic. Also… every time I look at my watch the face has disappeared to the underside of my wrist. Therefore I designed what looks like a heavy and expensive yet totally kickin’ rad solution. Continue reading All Around The Wrist Analog Watch Design

The Legend of The Bleeding Blade – A Watch Design

Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.

Firdaus says: “During the Sengoku period, there was a haunted sword that sucks blood of the victim. After the master of the sword passed away, the sword was destined to fall into the hand of a mad scientist who later modified the sword to be a “bleeding blade” watch. Continue reading The Legend of The Bleeding Blade – A Watch Design

Resistance Pyramid Concept Watch Design

Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.

Jordan says: “I was just messing with triangles one day and found that 12 hours and 60 / 5 minutes fit perfectly into a pyramid type idea. It’s designed to be very minimalistic, containing no buttons. The time is read from the segments around the edge – large segments are one hour apiece, the smaller segments are five minutes each, and the triangles on the inside are one minute each. Continue reading Resistance Pyramid Concept Watch Design