|Entry Number 3677
The twisting arms of the Xemit bracelet project two rays of light onto the wearerís wrist to represent the hands of a clock. This delicate bracelet takes the idea of watch-as-jewelry forward until it seems to become purely sculptural, exploiting technology to elegantly maintain the timekeeping function without interfering with the simplicity of the form.
Chochinov: This minimal solution is notable for its sculptural elegance and its reference of analog symbology. With all the digital holograms destined for our future, there's something reassuring about the classic two hands rotating around a center.
Moeslinger: A simple and elegant solution thatís not about technology, but about new aesthetic possibilities facilitated by technology.