The Unemployed Philosophers’ Guild — which, contrary to its name, comprises fully-employed non-philosophers — came up with the idea for a Dali watch while ‘sitting in our cucumber slicing our eyeball with a razor blade’. Uh, okay. While both ends of Dali’s mustache act as the watch’s hands, an ant races around the watch rim, […]
‘We’ve built a watch that counts down your life, in order to make the world a better place’: so declared Swedish creative Fredrik Colting and the rest of the team behind Tikker, the watch they’ve funnily enough dubbed ‘The Happiness Watch’. The idea is a simple and elegant one. By counting down time, Tikker reminds […]
Designer and art director Ralf Schroeder came up with this innovative packaging design for Italian watch brand Festina’s Profundo diver’s watch. It involves packing the watch in a see-through bag of water, which expertly shows off its waterproof feature. Evidently this has already nabbed a number of awards, which we can’t fault at all, really.
Wow, what a radical design for a watch. Brooklyn-based husband-and-wife team Svetlana Blum Briscella and John Briscella have reinvented a pretty cool watch that comes with no watch face, just blinking LED lights.
We speak English, not numbers, so it’s reassuring that a watch out there agrees with us. The rather comely Qlocktwo wrist watch comes with a 110-letter grid for spelling out the time in a language we understand. Word(s).
Our friends over at Weird Worm have compiled a list of the Ten Tackiest Things Only The Super Rich Can Afford, with the following disclaimer: ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it. A rule that the super-rich increasingly take to heart. Lest you thought rich people deserved respect, here’s a sample of what they’re spending their […]
Sprout Watches are believed to be up to 86 percent eco-friendly thanks to their sustainable make up of bamboo faces, recyclable packaging, biodegradable corn resin bodies, mercury-free batteries and use of cotton bands. They’re pretty neat, but somehow I don’t think the pandas will agree with my sentiments if we use their primary food source […]
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.