Minimalist Analog Watches Tell Time Through Your Skin

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: • References: tokyoflash & whatthecool
Minimalist analog watches like these are definitely not going to go out of style.

Featured on Tokyo Flash, the watches by Roderick from Malta are an homage to his dedication for simplicity. The main structure and functionality of an analog watch are retained, but the designer has chosen to omit certain unnecessary features, such as the face and numbers.

The strap is a plain black so as not to take away from the simplistic motif. The designer deconstructs the watches, only taking back what's absolutely necessary. Unlike recent timepieces where the wheels and cogs were exposed, this watch showcases a translucent surface, which highlights the floating hands.

The minimalist watch also glows in the dark with a look that is quite futuristic. Stats for Simple Invisible Timepieces Trending: Older & Popular
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