Japanese boutique watch designer Tokyoflash has been creating bizarre timepieces for a decade. With a flair for design and displaying the time in unexpected, and often novel and head-scratching ways, the company has built a base of fans around the world, even crowdsourcing concepts on its blog.
One of its latest productions is the Kisai Rorschach, a concept originally submitted to the blog by a German designer. It's the first Tokyoflash creation to use an electronic-paper display, and shows the time as increasingly complex inkblots that reference the famous Rorschach psychology test. Can you tell what time it is?
December 9, 2013 12:05 PM PST
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