By: Ayman - Published: May 15, 2008 • References: yankodesign
Inspired by the works of the artist Giger, designer Benjamin Wysk used Giger's amorphous forms as a biomechanical symbiosis in his Strobe watch design "to reflect there the person and the clock."

According to Wysk, the design, which is an entry in the Signity watch design contest 2008, is for people who tend to be more extroverted and present themselves with pleasure and are fixed not only on classical draughts.

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