Aiming to capture the personal, shifting nature of time, illi & Julien ADO have created Artime, a concept watch that attempts to get into harmony with the individual user's relationship with time.

Time is a malleable thing that feels like it can go fast, slow and every kind of speed in-between.

Aiming to capture this personal, shifting nature of time – illi & Julien ADO have created Artime, a concept watch that attempts to get into harmony with the individual user's relationship with time.

The face of the watch is made up of a hundred different squares plates that pulse at the rhythm of a normal second hand. More plates will vibrate for a user with a more dynamic lifestyle, and less for a more relaxed pace.

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