Our weekly collection of the best watch content you missed this week, to enjoy with your Saturday morning coffee and donut
Joshua Munchow / Quill & Pad
An amazing and well photographed look at Rick Hale, artist and clockwright, who makes gorgeous and functional clocks almost entirely from wood, and his latest piece, “Wind & Water.”
Rikki / Scottish Watches
The final, and perhaps the most fun limited-addition/collaboration watch of 2020, Scottish Watches teams up with Swatch (the delightful affordable brand) and Canadian #watchfam illustrator extraordinaire, Diana Evans, for a set of original, truly special, watches for your collection.
Chris Wright / Worn & Wound
A quick look at the enigmatic dial material, including what it is actually made of and how its produced (and perhaps even a bit of an appreciation shift).
Ariel Adams / A Blog to Watch
Ariel discusses 2020, a year in which “already tumultuous industry was shaken around like a martini held by a marathoner.” With the global COVID-19 pandemic limiting much of the infrastructure and community that has allowed the watch thrive, companies are increasingly finding themselves surviving so on the backs of… us (the enthusiasts). Turns out, that may not be a terrible thing.