Relying on the systematic motion of the second’s hand, the Humism converts that practical cyclical motion to some more decorative, more alluring, more amazing.
Inspired by the kinetic art movement of the 50s, the Humism watch rejects the idea that time should be about amounts and measuring units, but instead than motion, because time as an entity keeps shifting.
With a 316L surgical-grade steel body, a sapphire crystal onto the front and rear, and a Japanese Automatic Seiko NH35A motion onto the interior, the watch has some pretty impressive specs, but none as striking as the revolving detail on the front. The minute and hour hands present themselves as an obstructed along with an outlined circle round the border, but what’s really nimble is the seconds dial, a”vanishingly thin” laser cut dial with a design detail which makes one revolution every 60 seconds. Behind it is a static dial using a mirror image of this next dial’s art. When the energetic dial spins against the stationary disc, it creates some remarkable psychedelic patterns you’ll probably spend more time looking in the actual time. But then again… that’s the point. To enjoy time’s motion instead of to be bound by it!
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