Tokyoflash Picasso Cubism Watch Concept: Can you figure it out?
Fans of Pablo Picasso and his art will surely have heard of his 20th century avant-garde art movement called “Cubism”, which involved objects being broken up, analyzed, and re-assembled in an abstracted form. Heather Sable (USA) and Peter Fletcher (UK) were thoroughly inspired by the great artist and Cubism, and hence came up with the Picasso Cubism Watch Concept. This unique creation is pretty difficult to read at first, as it looks just like some random design. However, once you get a hang of the concept, it is much simpler. Kind of like a magic trick! It has a rhombus-shaped case, which “frames” the ‘always on’ LCD display. Time can be told with hours read top to bottom, and minutes read left to right. This design can easily display time in either a 12-hour or a 24-hour mode. It is equipped with a backlight for reading time in the dark also. The strap will feature accents of the color matching the LCD display.
I’m sure there are quite a few Picasso fans who would love this Cubism Watch Concept by Heather and Peter. It’s so abstract that to others it will look like a continuously evolving bracelet!