Warsaw Concept Watch Features Post-Modern Spirit of The 80’s

Warsaw is a neoteric watch with the post-modern spirit the 80’s. Warsaw is driven by Post-Punk, inspired by urban concrete and neon lights, and is as moody as cold, foggy nights in the city. It features two independently rotating hands, which are embedded with red LED’s. The inside hand being the hours and the outside being the minutes. The case is powder-coated steel with a machined crown. The soft elastomer strap features a secure two-button snap. The watch comes in three colors, Unknown Black, Still Grey, and Closer White. Minimal, iconic, and substantial, Warsaw is a bold statement piece for the modern hauntologist.

Warsaw was a personal accessory project for Product Design Studio III at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. Paul Slagle is a senior Industrial Design student with a background in Graphic Design as well. Paul is interested in working with consumer goods, electronics, and appliances. When he isn’t designing, Paul enjoys time with his wife and child, practicing calligraphy, listening to The Smiths, reading Nietzsche and watching David Lynch films.

Designer : Paul Slagle

Warsaw Concept Watch by Paul Slagle

Warsaw Concept Watch by Paul Slagle

Warsaw Concept Watch by Paul Slagle

Warsaw Concept Watch by Paul Slagle

Warsaw Concept Watch by Paul Slagle

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