Asymmetry Analog Watch Concept TokyoFlash

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Asymmetry Analog Watch
The lines that radiate out in the center correspond to the hours of a clock face, merely find the place where the line changes for you to check the hour. Your three dashes at the edge of the watch face denote minutes, specifically the center dash. Tokyoflash fans which enjoy analog designs that tend to be complex-but-simple to read may enjoy this design. As might anyone living in a deep space vessel which needs to keep track of your time. The asymmetrical shape of the hour ‘hand’ along with the three dashes at the edge, as well as a semi-symmetrical watch case creates an interesting search in both IPblack as well as Stainless Steel.

TokyoFlash Asymmetry Analog Watch

Cory says: Hull plating on fictional space stations always has such interesting patterns. I thought it would be fun to do an analog watch with an asymmetrical pattern that resembles hull plating.

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Design Asymmetry Analog Watch TokyoFlash
Design by Cory Farris

 

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