Design Archive


Take a look back at ten years of Mr Jones Watches.

Choose a year from the list below or scroll down to see the full list of watch designs.
Please note, many of these watches are sold out and no longer available to buy.

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

2008

 

In 2008 I had ideas for a new case, I thought it would be nice if the lugs (the parts that connect
the strap to the watch case) were articulated, so the watch face could pivot to get a better viewing angle.

The designs in this series were based on animating the face by using the motion of the seconds hand.

 


Loves me watch

Loves Me

"Loves Me" is a watch for solving romantic dilemmas: as the seconds tick round the face shows either "Loves Me" or "Loves Me Not".

Pulling out the winding crown stops the mechanism and gives you cupid’s verdict.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

New Decider

The New Decider

This watch was inspired by retired top-flight football referee David Elleray. In Mr Elleray's career he made a vast number of decisions - a career total of 246 red cards and 2064 yellow are testament to this.

The New Decider is a watch that helps referee the wearer's life - as the seconds tick round the words “yes” and “no” are alternately displayed in the decision-window. Whenever a decision is called for the wearer can glance at their wrist for an answer!

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

The Average Day

Average Day

The Average Day shows a breakdown of what average people do at different times on an average day.

The muse for this watch is Professor Jonathan Gershuny who is the Director of the Centre for Time Use Research who has an impressive collection of 750,000 time-use diaries.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.



The Future is Now watch

The Future

The Future is now!

This watch displays a carpe diem message along with the time.

The hour and minute hand make up the words “the future” whilst the face alternately displays “is” and “now”. This watch is a handy reminder to the wearer to live in the present.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

The Watcher

The Watcher

Two characters on the watch enact a tiny choreographed play. They look all around, but never rest on the other’s gaze.

The faces keep their tiny vigil on your wrist and are always ready to share a moment of micro-poetry whenever you look at your watch.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.





2009

 

Conceptually this was a more rounded series than the previous year.
The Cyclops watch struck a nice balance between the aesthetic and the conceptual.

2009 also marked the year that we opened our shop in the Oxo Tower.

 


Always on my mind

The hour and minute hands of this watch spell out "always on my mind" in an endearing typewriter font, as if each of the letters has been tapped out by hand.

This watch is nostalgic for a time when love letters were something you could hold in your hand.

A smaller, ladies version of this watch is available here.

On Foot

On Foot

On Foot displays the world record times for running different distances. Three arcs map the records to the hours, minutes and seconds on the watch.

The outer arc shows records of less than 60 seconds: 100m, 200m and 400m; the sweep of the second hand corresponds with span of each record.

The two inner arcs align with the minute and hour hand respectively, for records of under and over one hour, showing distances from 800 metres all the way up to 100km.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Cyclops watch

Cyclops

Cyclops dispenses with a conventional arrangement of hour, minute and second hands; instead a single hour marker passes around the dial.

This watch can be read with a relaxed kind of accuracy that offers a counterpoint to our hectic modern lives.

The Cyclops watch is available here.





2010

 

For this years series I felt I needed to mix up the process a bit, I decided I would collaborate
with five people on the next five designs.

We held a launch event, grandly titled “The Masters of Time” in the crypt of the church
on Clerkenwell Green. The location was chosen because of Clerkenwell’s central position
in the London watch trade through the 19th and early 20th century.

 


The Last Laugh watch

The Last Laugh

The Last Laugh was designed with comedian William Andrews. This watch forgoes the hour and minute hands, instead the time is displayed on a skull’s teeth.
The eyes and the nose are mirrored and the overall impression is of a gleefully absurd memento mori - an object to remind us that life is brief.

The Last Laugh is available here.

The Hour watch

The Hour

The Hour was designed with cyclist Graeme Obree, an hour has a special resonance for him as he twice claimed cycling’s prestigious hour record.

With the design of this watch Obree reveals a reflective, poetic sensibility: each hour is marked with a different word that holds a special meaning in relation to the passing time.

The words appear through an slot which displays one word per hour to contemplate.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Compass Road watch

Compass Road

The Compass Road watch was designed with author Iain Sinclair.

The names of eight writers and visionaries are positioned around the dial, each according to their geographic link with London.

A pattern on the hour disk causes names to fade in and out of view as the time passes, a visual expression of Sinclair’s interest in uncovering forgotten layers of the city’s history.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.



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BPM

Created by a DJ for DJ’s, Tom Middleton channeled his experience into this watch design.

A 15 second animation helps calculate the beats-per-minute for any piece of music: count the quarter note beats for the duration of the animation, multiply the result by four and you have the bpm.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Cyclops Deluxe

Cyclops Deluxe

This dazzling new addition to the Cyclops family has gold hour markers with matching gold case and strap.

This smaller, deluxe version of this watch is available here.

Cyclops black

Cyclops Black

This is a special monochrome version of the Cyclops watch.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.



However the original Cyclops is still available here.




2011

 

In 2011 I began thinking about how we could bring some of our production to London.
We rented and fitted out a workshop in Camberwell and started experimenting.

We spent a lot of time over the next 18 months learning new skills, learning to handle
and manipulate the tiny watch components and also sourcing and making the specialised
tools that we needed. The vast majority of these processes and skills we have had to
invent for ourselves to suit our particular needs.

 


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Dawn West Dusk East

This enigmatic timepiece was designed with artist Brian Catling.

A single aperture marks the time, making one revolution of the face every 12 hours.

On the dial four colours ow in sequence running from black to silver to gold to red.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

All Around The World

All around the world

This watch allows you to visualise the time in different countries - eight are represented on the single hand.

From a distance the hour hand appears to be a graphic motif, upon closer inspection it resolves to show the detail of landmark buildings around the world.

This watch was a limited edition model however the permanent version of this watch is the Time Traveller, available here.

Love Knows Not

Love knows not

On the face of this model there's an apparently random jumble of letters.

Every hour the letters magically align to form the phrase 'love knows not what time is'.

You probably won't be looking at your watch every time it lines up, but every so often it'll surprise you with a moment of romance.



Always on my mind

A ladies version of the Always on my mind watch.

This watch is nostalgic for the time when a love letter was something you could hold: the hour and minute hands spell "always on my mind" in a typewriter font, as if each of the letters has been tapped out by hand.

The latest version of this watch is available here.

Cyclops ladies

A ladies version of the Cyclops watch.

Cyclops offers a more relaxed form of timekeeping and reminds us that we are not slaves to time.

Instead of a conventional hour and minute hand Cyclops has a single circle to mark the time.

The circle gradually moves around the dial making one revolution every 12 hours.

The latest version of this watch is available here.

Accurate ladies

A ladies version of the Accurate watch.

This is the most accurate watch you can buy - the hour and minute hands form the motto "remember you will die".

The dial is mirrored, reflecting the wearer in the watch face, so there is no ambiguity about who the message refers to.

You can see the current version of this watch here.



Fuck cancer

Cancer is a terrifying disease that touches most of us at some time or another.

The message this watch displays is the most aggressive assertion possible that we will not let cancer overshadow our lives and that the human spirit cannot be overwhelmed.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Love Health

Love health

Love health is the companion to the raw aggression of Fuck cancer.

The watch offers a constant reminder that we should cherish our health, and that we shouldn't take it for granted.



This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.




2012

 

In 2011 I started attending evening classes at the Epping Forest Horological Centre.
In the classes I learnt how to service mechanical watches, and in parallel with this
practical work I became interested in the history of horology.

I was particularly drawn to examples of watches that pre-date the concentric hour and minute hands.
One of these watches dates to the 17th century and is called a Sun and Moon watch.

I thought this was a beautifully elegant way of showing the time. It gave a context to
the passing hours, which on a most fundamental level, relate to the cycle of the sun and
moon and the sky. We released our first Sun and Moon watch in 2012 and since then
have produced a number of variations on this theme.

 


Satellite watch

Satellite

Satellite was our very first 24 hour watch, which means the hour hand makes one complete revolution of the dial in 24 hours.

The watch has an unconventional arrangement of hour and minute hands: the slow moving hour marker sits outside the the minutes.

This was inspired by the movement of celestial bodies: the more distant a planet is from the centre of gravity the longer it's orbit takes.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Sun and Moon watch

Sun and Moon

The crescent shaped sky on the dial represents 12 hours with the time running from left to right.

At 6am the sun 'rises' on the left of the dial. The sun slowly climbs in the sky until it reaches the apex of the crescent at midday. Gradually the sun descends until it reaches the last marker at 6pm.

After 6pm the sun 'sets' and disappears from view, meanwhile the moon 'rises' on the left. The position of the moon in the sky therefore shows the hours from 6pm until 6am.
The minutes are displayed in the centre dial and these run in the conventional way, so each marker on the centre dial corresponds to five minutes.

The latest version of the Sun and Moon watch is available here.

The Everyday Special watch

Everyday Special

This watch was different from all our previous editions: it was a set of 366 one-off pieces - a single, unique watch for each day of the year.

The hour hand on each watch spells out a month and the minute hand a day, no two watches were the same.

This was our first mechanical watch and it was also the first watch that we assembled here in London.

The current version of this watch is available here.



Arbutus watch

Arbutus

The shape of the arbutus flower forms the basis for this design. The epigaea repens, or mayflower, is native to north America.

It produces tiny heavily scented flowers that appear in April. In floriographic terms it carries the meaning, "you're the only one I love."

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Cherry watch

Cherry

In Japan the coming of the cherry blossom in spring is a much anticipated event.

Hanami is the custom of gathering to view and enjoy this blossom (sakura). Sakura is associated with 'mono no aware' a concept that embodies an awareness of the transience of things and a wistfulness at their passing. The cherry flower carries the meaning, "remember, life is brief."

The current version of this watch is available here.





2013

 

By 2013 we were becoming more confident in our UK production. Several of these early designs
were created for us by Fanny Shorter, who designed the artwork for the packaging boxes in 2012.

For me it was a new step to have someone else create the designs, and I really enjoyed the
sense of perspective it gave me.


Last Laugh Tattoo

The Last Laugh Tattoo Edition

A unique watch, designed to remind you that life is brief and you should live it to the full.

This stand-out version of The Last Laugh features specially commissioned artwork by British tattoo artist Adrian Willard.

This watch is currently available here.

Good Things watch

Good Things

This watch has a maxim hidden on the face: Once each hour the letters align and spell out, "Good things come to those who wait".

The saying extols the virtues of patience or helps us recall patience rewarded.

The message is an antidote to the instant rewards of so much contemporary culture.

It also reminds us that whatever short term difficulties we experience, the world will turn and there will be better times ahead.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Phlox

The face of the watch has an image based on the Phlox flower. The image aligns and breaks apart as the hands rotate making a constantly changing pattern.

The watch is inspired by floriography, the Victorian system for ascribing a specific meaning to different flowers.

This system was used as a way for lovers to send secret messages to each other (the message was only visible to those who could interpret the code).

The current version of this watch is available here.



Accurate Special Edition watch

The Accurate Special edition

A special black edition of the Accurate watch.

This is the most accurate watch you can buy - the hour and minute hands form the motto "remember you will die".

The current version of this watch is available here.

Time Traveller

The permanent version of the All Around the World watch.

Time Traveller allows you to see the time all over the world. The watch uses 16 landmark buildings to mark the time in different regions.

You can read the local time by looking at the landmark building in your city or time-zone. A pigeon, the universal city dweller marks the minutes.

This watch is available here.

Tour Du Monde watch

Tour Du Monde

This watch was designed for us by award winning illustrator Fanny Shorter.

Inspired by the adventures of Phileas Fogg in “Around the world in 80 days” (or "Tour Du Monde en 80 Jours" in the original French). Two modes of transport mark the time around a central globe. The position of the ship indicates the hours and the balloon the minutes.

This watch is available here.



Vingt Mille

Vingt Mille

This watch was the second Jules Verne inspired watch designed by Fanny Shorter.

In homage to the fearless Captain Nemo, this watch shows the dramatic attack of the giant squid from 20,000 leagues under the sea ("Vingt mille lieues sous les mers" in the original title). The endless battle between squid and man depicts the time, from hour to hour each appears to be gaining the upper hand. The two men being held by the squid indicate the hours and minutes.

The current version of this watch is available here.

Rush Hour watch

Rush Hour

This watch was inspired by the energy of London. On the watch face a crowd is constantly in motion: breaking apart and reforming; ebbing and flowing.

You can’t see individual faces, just legs and feet constantly on the march.

Rush Hour was the first watch we created in our South London workshop.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Average Days watch

Average Days

This watch displays the activities that the average person is doing at various times of the day.

You can see at any time what the average person is up to, and see if you are more or less than average in your own behaviour.

Professor Jonathan Gershuny, the Director of the Centre for Time Use Research, provided us with an updated and customised data set for the activities mapped to the different times of the day for this watch.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.



Sun and Moon London edition

Our first variation of Sun & Moon was a much simplified depiction of the day and night scene.

This edition featured an etched stainless steel disc with the sun and moon printed on it in gold and silver. The dials and discs were one of the very first to be made in our London workshop.

This watch was limited edition, however you can see the current version of this watch here.

Blowball

Blowball

This watch was another designed by Fanny Shorter. It's inspired by the childhood game of reading the time by counting the puffs it takes to disperse a dandelion-head.

The seeds on the watch face disperse and come together at different points in the day. Every time the watch reaches 12 o'clock the picture reforms to make the perfect dandelion. Two flies mixed in with the seeds indicate the hours and minutes.

The current version of this watch is available here.

Baitball

This watch was designed for us by Fanny Shorter.

The design represents the defensive manoeuvring of fish under attack, the dial shows a circling mass of fish.

Once every hour the chaos of the fish aligns to make a harmonious circle. The two predator marlins indicate the hours and minutes, a subtle way of marking the time that is sure to puzzle the uninitiated.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.





2014

 

In 2014 we released The Observatory, which was our first 100 piece London-made edition.

This was a new challenge as previously we’d worked with much smaller editions.
Maintaining consistency across the whole run was a new experience.

 



Ossify watch

Ossify

On the face of this watch a colourful set of bones form a kaleidoscope of patterns, constantly shifting as time passes.

Ossify is part of our collection of memento mori watches, designed to remind us of the transience of life and that we should cherish the time we have.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Observatory

The Observatory

This watch displays the time based on the position of the sun or moon around the earth.

The time is read off the scale on the upper half of the watch face.

The position of the sun indicates the hours from 6am until 6pm, while the moon represents the hours from 6pm through to 6am. The golden comet indicates the minutes as it orbits the earth.

The current version of this watch is available here.

Flower Power

On the face of this watch a colourful floral shape appears and disappears - the petals aligning and breaking apart.

The time is read off the scale on the upper half of the watch face.

Upon closer inspection the individual petals of the flower resolve into the shape of guns.

The watch is inspired by the philosophy and imagery of anti-war protest movements from the 1960s.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.



Chromotheter

Chromotheter

This watch uses a 1:1 scale representation of the smallest moth and butterfly to mark the hours and minutes.

In contrast to the whimsical insects on the hands, there is a precise measuring scale on the dial to highlight the scale of the creatures.



This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.

Sun and Moon Kirsten Ulve edition gold

Sun and Moon Kirsten Ulve Edition (Gold)

This watch is an eye-catching variation of our existing Sun and Moon watch.

It was designed for us by the talented New York illustrator Kirsten Ulve.

This watch has now been discontinued, but you can see our existing Sun and Moon watch here.

Sun and Moon Kirsten Ulve Edition (black)

This watch is an eye-catching variation of our existing Sun and Moon watch.

It was designed for us by the talented New York illustrator Kirsten Ulve.

This watch has now been discontinued, but you can see our existing Sun and Moon watch here.



Facetimer series

Face Timers was a set of five designs created with a diverse range of artists and illustrators.

These watches were released in limited editions of just 20 pieces each.


Time Savior

Time Savior

This watch was designed by Kirsten Ulve.

She took on the challenge of working with the most recognised face on earth, a face which is both inspiration and expletive.

The watch anticipates the cry of all those running late, "Jesus have you seen the time!"

Analogon

In this age of the smart-watch and digital everything, Analogon provides an antidote.

Lucy Vigrass who created this genial time-piece explains, “I wanted to create a more friendly, analogue companion to carry with you, my imagined vision of the future”.

The robot's upper row of teeth show the hours and the lower jaw shows the minutes.

Moonhead

Moonhead shows an Apollo Orbiter and astronaut in passage around Moonhead.

The astronaut's position marks the minutes and the orbiter indicates hours. Meanwhile the moon is ever watchful, his eyes swivel to follow the orbit of the man and the spaceship.

Moonhead is based on Joey Moonhead from Andrew Rae's debut graphic novel Moonhead and the music machine.





Psychedelic Sunsets

The face of this watch shows a surreal, multi-coloured landscape with the time display contained in a mini-vortex beneath the setting sun.

In his own words, Edward Carvalho-Monaghan explains his watch design, “a surreal combination of clouds as landscapes and mystical doors drifting together in a multitude of contrasting time sequences.

Each Sun sets from a different dimension and plane, though the images combine together to open another vortex for a more recognisable Earthly time reading.”

Laugh now cry later

The time on this watch is displayed on the skull's teeth - the upper jaw showing the hour and the lower jaw the minute.

The skull is based on the sugar skulls that are given as gifts to the living and the dead during the Mexican Day of the Dead Festival.

This watch was designed by British tattoo artist Adrian Willard.





2015

 

2015 was a year when we really pushed on: for the first time I felt that we were becoming masters
of the production and the designs reflect the confidence and skill that we were able to deploy.

 

Estimer

On the face of this watch a jumble of letters is arranged, at one point in each hour the letters align to spell out the phrase, "time is the most valuable thing we have".

The maxim is a gentle reminder that beyond all material wealth the one thing that is truly in limited supply is time and the most precious gift we can give to one and other is our time.

motochrono

motochrono was a limited edition collaboration with custom motorcycle creators Untitled Motorcycles.

On this watch a moving frieze shows a day in the life of Untitled Motorcycles as they take an old neglected bike and breathe new life into it before riding off into the night.

Green Man

The Green Man is a celebration of the end of Winter and the arrival of Spring.

The time is displayed on The Green Man’s teeth - the upper jaw shows the hours and the lower the minutes.

This watch is available here.



Sun and Moon Miyamoto

The watch features a Sun and Moon time display with graphics inspired by the landscape of the Super Mario video games.

The imagery on the watch pays homage to the cartoon unreality of Mario's landscape - a nostalgic trigger for anyone who spent their childhood exploring this strange world.

This watch is available here.

Chatterbox

Mr Jones Watches has teamed up with the Brazilian graphic artist Fernando Volken Togni to create Chatterbox.

Chatterbox was an organised chaos of talkative creatures, natural forms and vibrant colours that combine to create an energetic, unique timepiece.

Edwards World

This extraordinary watch was designed for us by Edward Carvalo-Monaghan.

The watch was unlike anything we’ve attempted before - the design was applied to every surface that we could print onto - from the date ring to the dial and glass, we printed inside the case back glass and even onto the rotor of the automatic movement.

It was limited to just 10 pieces.


Sun and Moon ladies

A smaller, ladies version of our popular Sun and Moon watch.

This watch is available here.

Accurate ladies

A smaller, ladies version of our Accurate watch.

Cyclops ladies

A smaller, ladies version of our Cyclops watch.

This watch is available here.



Queen

Queen watch was built in London and is one half of a pair of royal watches: King and Queen.

The statement pair of watches are based on the classic playing card characters of the King and Queen of Hearts.

This watch is available here.

King

The King watch was built in London and is one half of a pair of royal watches: King and Queen.

The statement pair of watches are designed with couples in mind, and based on the classic playing card characters of the King and Queen of Hearts.

This watch is available here.





2016

Always on my mind

This watch is nostalgic for the time when a love letter was something you could hold.

The hands of the watch spell out ‘always on my mind’, designed as a wearable love letter, for the owner to enjoy. The words are in a typewriter font, as if each of the letters has been tapped out by hand.

This watch is available here..

Cyclops Deluxe

This is a variation of our popular Cyclops model, Cyclops is designed to be read in a relaxed way to remind us that we shouldn't be slaves to time.

This deluxe edition has a gold coloured PVD coated stainless steel case and matching stainless steel mesh strap.

This watch is available here.

Flying Scotsman

This watch celebrates the iconic locomotive from the golden age of steam trains. Flying Scotsman first came to international promenance in 1928 when it made a non-stop run from London to Edinburgh, a huge achievement at the time.

Flying Scotsman was a joint development with Mark Champkins inventor in Residence at the Science Museum. It was limited to just 100 pieces.





Chinoiserie

This watch was a collaboration with Verre Églomisé artist Marion Labbez. Verre Églomisé is a traditional technique for gilding on glass, Marion has applied this technique to the tiny scale of the watch face to beautiful effect.

This watch was hand-crafted and limited to just 100 pieces.

The Bridge

This watch shows the time in a super simplified form - each hour is marked by a little character crossing over a bridge. You judge the time by looking at how far across the bridge the character has moved.

The design of The Bridge was inspired by a visit to the Togetsukyo Bridge in Kyoto, Japan. The bridge is a well known landmark and you can observe the swelling and subsiding of the crowds who come to visit over the course of the day.

An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles watch

An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles

This watch was created in collaboration with illustrator Lucy Eves.
The design features a swarming mass of beetles arranged over the case, glass, dial and disc hand.
It was inspired by Victorian entomological collections and limited to just 100 numbered pieces.


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Dog

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Timewise (limited edition)

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Colour Venn

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The Last Laugh (ladies)

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The Last Laugh Tattoo (ladies)

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A-OK!

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Wildstyle

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2017


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blowball watch

Blowball

This delicate ladies watch was designed by Artist and illustrator Fanny Shorter. Blowball was reissued into our permanent collection after its popularity as a limited edition model back in 2013.

You can see the Blowball watch here.
Timewise watch

Timewise

This watch was designed by legendary graphic designer Clifford Richards.

The minutes are marked by the passage of a tiny mouse around the edge of the dial.
The owl and the mouse perform their watchful dance - neither one ever quite able to escape the other!
This watch was originally released in a limited edition of 100 pieces (blue dial), however you can see the permanent version of this watch here.



Fantastic Exploits

Fantastic Exploits

Professional maker of marks Vic Lee created the detailed artwork of the Fantastic Exploits watch.
The watch design is a mix of Victorian lettering, old school tattoos and the world of the circus.
In the centre of the design is a kaleidoscope that changes shape before your eyes.
The hours on this watch are marked by the first letter of the number (so 6 = S, for six).
You can see the Fantastic Exploits watch here.

The Last Bloom watch

The Last Bloom

This limited edition watch was designed by Edward Monaghan. On the face of The Last Bloom you can see a skull made from a colourful arrangement of leaves and flowers.
Edward’s design references the work of William Morris but recast through a psychedelic prism of brilliant, artificial colour.
This watch was made in London and limited to just 100 pieces worldwide.

Vanishing Point watch

Vanishing Point

Edward Monaghan re-worked our skull designs to create a pair of limited edition watches: Vanishing Point and The Last Bloom.
From a distance you can clearly see the skull in the Vanishing Point watch, but as you look closely at the design, it appears to break up and evaporate.
The abstract effect is increased by the mixture of mirror and metallic inks, which are only visible when light catches the watch face.
Vanishing Point is limited to just 100 numbered pieces, we have just a few left here.



The limited edition Promise of Happiness watch

Promise of Happiness (limited edition)

This colourful watch was designed by illustrator Fanny Shorter.
The tiger looks to the sun for the hour and you'll find the minutes camouflaged in his stripes.
This version of the Promise of Happiness watch was limited to just 100 numbered pieces.

Promise of Happiness watch

The Promise of Happiness (permanent)

The limited edition Promise of Happiness sold our extremely quickly, so we made some changes to the design and re-issued this version as part of our permanent collection.
You can see The Promise of Happiness watch here.

Gilded Skull watch

Gilded Skull

The Gilded Skull has two tones of 22 carat gold and palladium and was hand crafted in London.
It’s a special edition of our famous skull watch, Last Laugh Tattoo. You can see the Gilded Skull here.



Question 18 watch

Question 18

On this watch a text appears from the marks each time the hands overlap. It reads “leave the past behind, now is your time”.
The rest of the time the message is invisible, so occasionally you'll be captivated when you happen to glance at your watch and read it.
Question 18 was limited to just 100 numbered pieces worldwide.

Chaos Window watch

Chaos Window

Edward Carvalho Monaghan designed this mini-masterpiece. The watch was designed as a piece of wearable artwork that you can enjoy everyday.
Edward’s goal with this design was to disrupt the predictable and challenge existing ideas of how a watch works.
If you look through the window, you'll see the line of ships on a horizon. The angle of this horizon marks the hours and the ships tell you which end to read.
Flames emerging from a serpent’s nostrils show you the minutes.
The seconds hand is a square in the middle of the window, another horizon and ship points you in the right direction.
Chaos Window was limited to just 50 pieces.

The Wanderlust watch

Wanderlust

Artist printmaker Paul Wardski designed and printed the Wanderlust watch.
With this striking design, Paul aims to inspire you to escape the pressures of day-to-day life and spend your time with nature.
Wanderlust is printed with a mix of grey and metallic inks that capture the unique changing pattern of light on the mountain. The bright contrasting colour in sky slowly changes to track from day to night.
Wanderlust was limited to just 100 pieces.



Last Laugh Tattoo XL

This is the XL version of our Last Laugh Watch.
The 45mm case is just the right size for the larger wrist or oversized for the average.
You can see this watch here.

The Last Laugh XL skull watch

The Last Laugh XL

This is the XL version of our Last Laugh Watch.
The 45mm case is just the right size for the larger wrist or oversized for the average.
You can see the watch here.





2018

Sekretas watch

Sekretas

This watch has a display of real dried flower petals, gilded above a shimmering 22 carat gold leaf dial.

You can read the time by looking at the contrasting yellow petals.

Sekretas was designed and made for us by Dovile Bertulyte.

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.This watch was limited to just 50 numbered pieces.

Number Cruncher watch

Number Cruncher

This playful watch was designed by artist and character designer Onorio D’Epiro.

The monster has the hour in his hand and the minutes in his stomach.

Number Cruncher is plucking the hours from the sky, while the minutes churn around in his stomach, mixing with all the debris of his rampage. .

This watch was a limited edition model which has now sold out.










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