The initial story of the Seagull 1963 Chronograph is a historical one: the model was originally conceived in 1961 at the Tianjin Watch Factory. They were commissioned to create a watch for the PLA's Air Force. The final product was such a success that the watch was deemed fit for mass production. Aside from the Chinese sensibilities in design on the face, the timepiece also features a 40 hour power reserve. Currently retailing for $339 USD.
Mixing the classic beauty and standards of yesteryear with vintage pinup modeling styles, this gallery explores the amazing evergreen beauty we see from pinup posters. Perfect for hanging on your wall if you're starting a hipster cafe, probably! Read more
Out of all the things we carry in our cars, you probably never carry an extra phone. No, it doesn’t need to be a smartphone and it doesn't need to be anything that was released this century. In fact, an old Nokia 3310 or Sony Ericsson phone would be fine for this purpose. But why? Read more
As far as paint jobs are concerned, this one here may just be the most intricate and detailed one. It's not just any normal paint job. It's got all kinds of designs on it. Watch the process and the finished product in the gallery below: Read more