David Ericsson’s VOID v.01 watches

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I suspect the VOID watch, designed by Swedish designer David Ericsson, looks better against the backdrop of an ascetic white backdrop than on a hairy, sweat-dolloped wrist, but its bold face design and grey-on-black LCD digits certainly make more of an impression on me than Tokyoflash’s random assortment of bleeping lights. It even comes with a non-sensical Buddhist credo: according to the designer, the face “could represent the duality of life; like the yin and yang, the past and future, love and hate, right or wrong.” Could, but doesn’t. It’s a watch.

VOID v.01 watches [Etsy via Technabob]

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2 Responses to David Ericsson’s VOID v.01 watches

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice watches. You can also check out cheap watches

  2. Not a Doktor says:

    Usually I hate lcd watches because the numbers and especially the background are so drab and washed out looking compared to everything else. These look somewhat better, but not much.

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