In a small town beset by mysterious circumstances, a group of people gets stuck in a hospital—only to discover the hospital is the worst possible place for them to be. Welcome to The Void, a throwback film to those classic ‘80s horror movies that provided as much disgust as terror.
As The Void begins, it’s impossible to guess where it’s heading. Initially, it seems to be about a weird cult in a small town. But then there’s a shot of something odd in the clouds. And a very strange creature-thing. Slowly, it becomes obvious what you think you’re watching isn’t the point at all.
With its new Sond line of watches, Void has come up with a clever alternative to traditional watch bands that usually has two straps united by a clasp on the underside of your wrist. By integrating the locking mechanism into the watch's body, a single nylon band is all that's needed here.
If you think about it—really think about it—or even half-assedly think about it—this Void VO2 Retrograde watch isn't so different from an iMac.
Rhea Jeong's "void" turntable concept uses what would have to be incredibly strong and precise magnet control to levitate a record above its base. That little red ball on top of the vinyl is actually the needle.
My kind of aesthetic: these half-LCD, half brushed metal watches that get the tech-futurism across without bashing you over the head with binary-encoded time, 60 LEDs, etc. They're available in four colors on Etsy, the eBay for homemade goods, directly from the designer in a run of 500 for $185 each, which isn't bad…