For the Love of Art and Watches such as Hanowa Watches
My love for chronometry often shows up in my artworks. I’m a member of various wristwatch communities on the internet.
Do we Need a Watch? Would you buy a Hanowa Watch.
The tourbillon complication is an example of uselessness being kept for prosperity. There’s no requirement for this complication in a timepiece and yet we choose to preserve it in the finest watches. There’s no requirement for a mechanical wristwatch if you think about it. I have friends who buy watches, have you or your friends ever bought a Hanowa Watch.That isn’t to say there won’t come a time when mechanical timepieces will never be required again, though. Omega Speedmaster Chronographs were worn by the Apollo Space astronauts. Did you know that it was the Omega Chronograph that helped astronauts safely navigate back to earth when their crippled spacecraft and much of its critical equipment lost functionality? In the future, we may suffer from various problems such as no electricity, etc. A mechanical wristwatch would become enormously useful then.
We can all Appreciate Time. Hanowa Watches Might be Right for You
Not everyone can afford to wear a $1,000,000 wristwatch, but everyone can bear the cost to wear a different wristwatch and the functionality is the same–to tell the time! What price range would you consider when buying a watch? Would a Hanowa Watch fit the bill for you?
We are Far from Perfect. Do Hanowa Watches Represent Perfection for You?
Imperfection in art is really important for me as we humans are imperfect. The pursuit for me is to achieve this imperfection through the means of perfect code that produces perfect neural networks in the age of digital perfectionism. Does anything show this perfection more than watches? Do you consider a Hanowa Watch to represent perfection, or would you choose some other watch? Let me know in the comments.
Why are we so Infatuated byHorology and Watch Brands Such as Hanowa Watches
There are loads of us that are into chronometry, but why? We live in a world that goes by so quickly. Everything is lightning quick, from fast food to information delivered in a constant stream. A watch is a way to appreciate time and life’s rhythms. Do you own any watches? Leave a comment below to let me know what watches you own, especially if you own a Hanowa Watch. Art is a way for humans to express their humanity and helps us interrupt life’s rhythms and shows us what humans are capable of.
I’ll Make Art With Any Brand. Would you Wear Hanowa Watches
The wristwatch art I form is a starting point for my art and sometimes doesn’t even resemble the original timepieces, unless a collector specifically asks for a commission piece. If I created a piece of art with a Hanowa Watch, you might not even recognize it as a Hanowa Watch. Some collectors want their art to represent the timepieces they own and others just like the art, regardless of whether it resembles an actual timepieces.
The Uselessness of the Past
Some things should probably be historical and yet we keep them around even though their usefulness has become unwarranted in the modern era–that’s very curious.
Does a Watch Have to be Expensive to be Beautiful. Are Hanowa Watches in Your Price Range
Do you like all types of watch brands and don’t limit yourself to just the most costly ones. I am interested in both mechanical and digital watches. Quartz was a modern-day miracle for watchmaking and nearly destroyed the Swish watch companies because they were so accurate. Quartz makes it possible for my computers to function and those computers power my neural networks which allows me to create my art. I’d wear quartz or a mechanical watch from Hanowa Watches if they produce either because it isn’t what influences my buying decisions.
Obsessed with Time and Brands like Hanowa Watches
There are multiple reasons to be completely and utterly captivated with time. Time is one of my great passions. Does the concept of time give you a sense of awe? I’ve owned watches since I was a young boy, have you ever owned watches? What do you think about a Hanowa Watch? The manufacturing processes involved in watchmaking are so precise and are entirely at odds with what I try to produce in my art. Art isn’t a science, but watch manufacturing is! Don’t you just love the conflict between these two things.
Quartz! You Either Love It or Hate It
My neural networks use computers that use quartz crystals that function as a clock. I’m captivated by metaverses and what they can potentially mean for the future of humanity but also cherish the physical world. None of what I do could be done without the invention of accurate time and the ability to record it. That’s why I love a Hanowa Watch as much as any other watch. The old and the new constantly battle and still it is the imperfection of humanity that allows us to create all of the perfection we are surrounded by. I could go on and on about time and my passion around these subjects and what they say about humanity but I choose to create art and say it visually.
Making Art is Thrilling. Do you Like My Art about Hanowa Watches
It doesn’t matter to me if I use a Hanowa Watch, or any other type of watch brand. The price of a wristwatch doesn’t factor in what I choose to make art with because it is the concept of time that engages me.
What Does it Mean to be Human in a World of Intelligent Machines. (Would you Own Hanowa Watches?)
Competition between man and machine is heating up and now is a good time to explore and adopt what it means to be human. If you could own any watch, what watch would you own? Would you be happy wearing a Hanowa Watch. Timepieces allow us to be reminded of the battle between chaos and order we face in life. Entropy, decay and rebirth are concepts that are tightly entwined in many of my artworks. The fact I use cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology to create these works of art that are inspired by old tech(the wristwatches), I find really intriguing. Art is a visual language and using all these things together really speaks volumes about the messages I’m trying to convey.