swatch watches wanted
gil likes silver net gk187
harings. signed if possible. a few years ago all 4 with his signatures were up for sale for about $4K. i was just starting to build the collection. should have gotten it.
a swiss artist. designed several snow-boarder swatches. will they become the harings of the future?
his art is very oriented to products we can buy. like phillip starck. art you use. art you live with. i like that.
is ted scapa’s winner ride
limited to 999? apparently yes:
Snowboarders make the world go round on sunlit slopes of gold. The top folio plastic strap of this dynamic Gent presents a crowd of colorful boarders performing playful tricks and turns on snowy slopes turned gold. The case in clear transparent plastic with gold print on top extends the sunlit slope and its performers and joins it to the golden dial, where five black-line boarders dressed in bold colours pose in a ring around the dial. Squares and dots in different colors indicate the hours, and in the absence of all numerals, polished metal hour and minute hands and a slim black seconds hand mark the time.
Ted Scapa’s Winner Ride will be made available in a Limited Edition of 999 pieces.
Riding ‘round the clock: the pink top folio strap of this playful Gent shows a diverse crowd of snowboarders drawn in black. Each one is a live performer, caught in the middle of a trick, a stunt, a flying leap through the air. These black-line performers extend their show to the solid pink plastic case and pink dial, where five live boarders race down the slopes or reach for the sky as they fly. White squares and round white dots mark the hours. In the absence of all numerals, white hour and minute hands and a slim white seconds hand mark the time.
Top performers hone their tricks and train for the ride of a lifetime. The white top folio strap of this exuberant Gent presents a playground for the boarder crowd. Decked out in bold colors, they ride from the strap up over the solid white plastic case and land on the snow-white dial. Five performers—red, yellow, green, brown and blue—zoom ‘round the clock and around the dial. Colored squares and dots indicate the hours, and in the absence of all numerals, white hour and minute hands and a slim black seconds hand mark the time.