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Minimal objects are the staple of modern design. All too often, these objects can be cold and austere. It’s the objects with character and personality that we often cherish most. Their proportions are either slightly different than you would expect or they have been worn or tarnished in a way that makes them unique.
The Slip Watch is intentionally minimal, with proportions that are almost predictable. However, its skewed posture that makes the watch appear to be slipping off the band, like a moment caught in time; a poetic commentary the passing of time.
This captured motion gives the clean minimal form new life. At the same time, a more ergonomic result is achieved with the face addressing the wearer with less turning of the arm. Furthermore, the band penetrates the casing at 12 and 9 hours marking, giving reference to an otherwise unmarked face.
This slightest tweak has given a timeless form an intriguing character while giving you a watch that is easier to read.
Width : 37mm
thickness : 10mm
Leather strap band, thickness : 2mm
Japanese Quartz movement.
Water resistant 3ATM / 30m
Watch face is stationary and does not rotate.
For Evan Clabots, founder of Nonlinear New York based studio, design is a process of developing a complete story. Form no longer follows function. Instead, there is an interconnected play between what something looks like, how it works and how it interacts with some- one’s life. His process is driven by the question of “why something is?”, not “what something is?”. Each defining element in his work acts in context with the other. Together they form a cohesive and compelling narrative.
Nonlinear is a young New York multidisciplinary design studio founded by Evan Clabots. The successes of Evan are numerous, he was published by IKEA before even finishing his studies and, by taking the opportunity to receive The Gersh Abraham Award for design excellence, he continued his journey in a prestigious studio. From within the studio Dror, he worked notably for brands like Alessi, Boffi, Cappelini for the party edition and even for Puma and Levi’s. He was awarded several times for the quality of his designs and also participated in the Milan Triennale Design. In 2010, he founded his own studio: Nonlinear, a multidisciplinary studio of which the philosophy revolves around the story of thought up products and concepts. The Slip Watch, is the first edition of the young studio. A simple watch, with predictable shapes and with the sole function set in black steel and even this, very soberly. It’s the idea of a movement frozen in time, the watch slips gently on the side, and like that, we have a poetic vision of a frozen moment. The watch is not mobile, a leather strap crosses the block and it’s fixed in its support. The purpose of the position of the block is not only esthetic but also ergonomic, we can read the time easily without having to turn the arm. Notably for all those who spend their time in front of a screen, or a keyboard (and I know a lot of them). Below is Evan Clabots with his design on his wrist. A well balanced watch, with a width of 37mm for a 10mm depth. A piece in chromed steel, square, with round edges and a strong character. Evan has been able to offer unique character with extreme simplicity.