American writer Ransom Riggs has an interesting hobby of collecting photographs of other people he doesn’t know.
Omega Speedmaster “Red Hands”
Bracelet ref 1168 “Oyster” / end link 633
I heard Instagraming food makes it 0 calories.
I’ve been traveling/busy for the past couple of weeks, so enjoy these photos of Calvin and Hobbes, Photoshopped into real photos for the time being.
Designer Karim Rashid’s book, entitled I Want to Change the World cut by Tobias Wong into the shape of a gun.
Friend of mine was talking to me about his upcoming trip to South Africa today and it made me recall the Giraffe Manor, a replica traditional Scottish hunting lodge in Nairobi, Kenya that now serves as a luxury boutique hotel. Even when fully booked, the guest to giraffe ratio is 2:1.
Visiting this place is on my bucket list.
What you have before you is one incredibly rare Rolex. In the 1960s Rolex toyed with the idea of producing a nautical themed chronograph, as a followup to their much loved Submariner. They produced the dial with the name “Yacht Master” in 1967, which sat unused until 1969, when they built a watch around it that measured 39mm, or roughly the size of modern Daytonas. The prototype never went into mass production, and the Yacht Master name would stay shelved until 1992, when it was given to a luxury version of the Submariner.
There are currently three existing examples of the watch above: one is in the company’s permanent collection and two in private hands. The value of such a watch today is hard to say, as this is truly an example of something so rare that it’s worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. Eric Clapton sold his at a charity auction for $125,000 a decade ago in 2003.
Every time. Junghans by Max Bill.