Remember those puzzles that had tiny steel balls that you had to try to get into little holes? Here’s a series of watches out of Germany that remind me of those favorites from my childhood.
The Abacus series of watches has no hands at all.
I’m always struck by the graceful simplicity of Phillipe Starck’s watch designs. His latest creations are as dramatic as anything else I’ve seen in his past collections. The highlight of these as-yet-unnamed watches is their unique see-through case design.
I was over on the Fossil website earlier today and stumbled onto this image of a new series of OLED (organic light emitting diode) based men’s watches that hasn’t yet been released.
From the looks of the picture, the watches will come in stainless and leather finishes, and will have a cool multi-colored display.
German designer Linda Kostowski designed these wacky wearable artworks that look like watches, but they’re really totally phony.
Cut from leather, laser-embellished, then hand-assembled to look like wristwatches, realfakewatches will set you up with a timepiece that says, “who cares what time it is?”
These hand sewn cases for the iPod Nano are pretty goofy looking if you ask me. They’re certainly not the typical sleek metal or plastic cases you usually see.
Individually crafted by artist Anna Lee (a.k.a.
Until now, most carrying cases I’ve seen for the Nintendo DS Lite have been either ugly, impractical, cheaply constructed, or all of the above. One company has finally realized that there’s a huge market for a quality carrying case for the popular portable gaming console.