One man’s trash is another’s treasure. That phrase has never been more true then in the case of these gorgeous watches by Alchemist. Made from recycled soda cans, these watches come in a variety of stylish colors and look great dressed up or down. These guys are serious about turning neglect into shine.
This Mechanical LED Watch by Watch Design is a boatload of bells and whistles, all wrapped up in a sleek sophisticated style. The piece features a handmade Lithopane dial: a piece of carved art that becomes 3D when backlit. Add the LED backlight to this to ensure the effect (and be handy at night!), then add a handmade leather strap, and it’s hot enough to stand on its own as a jewelry piece. Check out this and other Watch Design products in the Lost At E Minor store.
We’re loving this blackboard style timepiece from WatchDesign, with clever (or daunting!) math equations as markers. The Math IQ watch also features a single hand rotation, providing a sleek report of the time. Check out this and other unique WatchDesign creations in the Lost At E Minor store.
Wow. How does anyone look at the pavement and go, ‘Well, I’m sure I can tell time out of that?’ Designer Dzmitry Samal (whom we’ve coincidentally gone 8-bit rabid about before) has been there and created an entire collection of watches with concrete frames.
This sheik and futuristic new watch concept is as fashionable as it is useful. Developed by Koros Benedek, this bracelet-like design consists of bands that rotate around the wrist, offering a modern ‘twist’ on timekeeping. As watches have become one of the most sought after combinations of style and grace, Koros Benedek is on the verge of the next big thing. Only time will tell.
In India, ‘fashionably late’ is safely replaced with ‘predictably late’. Cow blockades, politician escorts, and cratered roads, compound the problem and offer a valid excuse. So when you reach half-an-hour after the appointed time, you don’t explain yourself. You wait for the other person to arrive. We used this life insight, and added some dark humour to it.
What do you get when you mix the cool vision of David LaChapelle and Amanda Lepore? Time Tranny. With our electric devices making wrist watches a thing of the past, I love the idea of keeping it old school. I even wear my watches with the face of the watch on the inside of my […]
What’s that? A high-fashion watch with both an artistic statement and a beautiful design? That’s what you get with Memento Mori, an exclusive watch designed by recent ECAL graduate Fiona Krüger. Drawing inspiration from the macabre art of the 17th century, the watch has a glass surface that highlights the intricate details of the clock […]
What any MPC-lover needs. A friend and collaborator, Ryan Hemsworth, had recently seen me perform for the first time – I use an MPC2000 live – so when he came across this amazing little timekeeper, he knew that it belonged on my wrist. Santa? I’ve been a really good girl!
Inspired by the unique digital clock apps created by the designer, Sean Zoega, the i-toc watch is a colorful physical manifestation of digital ideas featuring bespoke two-disc Japan quartz movement. The outer gradient displays the minutes while the inner gradient shows the hours. The rings interact, creating an ever-changing pattern of design and colour. We have them for sale in our online store.
Now, who couldn’t do with a watch like this? Featuring an interactive touch screen and animated LED display that plays short animation upon demand, the time display on this awesome watch switches between colors on touch. We have them for sale in the Lost At E Minor online store.