Picasso Cubism Watch Concept by Heather Sable & Peter Fletcher has a rhombus-shaped case, that frames the always in LCD display which presents the time with hours read top in order to bottom, and minutes read left to proper. Although the digits are somewhat abstract, they could be learned and recognised rapidly. This design may easily display time in either a 12 hour or 24 hour mode. The very same layout can similarly display the date with a press of a button. There is a new backlight for reading the particular time in dark areas. To tie the display in with the strap it features accents of the color matching the LCD display. The actual Picasso watch will appeal to people that appreciate art and enjoy a cryptic, read-at-a-glance display. It is a unisex design with a unique and also elegant shape, which has the potential for you to appeal to a wide audience.
Heather & Peter say:
Artist Pablo Picasso was one of the pioneers of the 20th century avant-garde art movement called “Cubism”, where objects are broken up, analysed, and re-assembled in an abstracted form. The digits created for this watch design were inspired by his work.