(by Robba Saldaña)
The Final Month is DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!
One whole year!!!!!! i cannot even belive so!, this is the final month of this collection, and when i concept it i never imagine the reach it was going to have, nor all the little things that now are part of this collection.
I have drew at coffe shops, restaurants, bars, the office, at parties, family reunions and my room, i have drawn in diferent cities and even in diferent countries, from a simple flat in Madrid, stucked in a highway at italy, and in a cruise through the mediterranean sea to laying in my bed watching the simpsons.
I have dedicate songs, some knew, some never will, but as i see all the different designs and all the stories the now tell i feel proud, i have met so many people beacuse of this, so many so much better that i am, so many that feel inspired by my work, it is simply a little piece of bliss…
I dont have but my most dedicated gratitude to all that have like, comment and support this collection at any point, HUGEEEE MIGHTY GLORIOUS THANKS!!!!
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(by Matt Johnston)
Even if smartwatches are the next big thing, it doesn’t mean the simple watches of yesterday are out of fashion yet. These absolutely fantastic animated GIFs of some classic time pieces are by Matt Johnston, a California-based designer.
In a series of GIFs created for his website Wrist.IM, the designer and a few guest illustrators depict numerous contemporary watches. Those include the iconic Casio F91W and Braun BN0032 as well as the gorgeous No.1 by Form Us With Love, the minimal Extra Normal, and the playful Timex Weekender. All illustrations use the same simple and very clean style. The movement of the watch hands is hypnotizing and simulates the time flying by.
Check out the gallery below for a selection of Johnston’s work, but keep an eye on his beautiful website as the designer plans to add more creations in the future.
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