Motivated to Create Art with Suunto Watches

Why Art and Watches such as Suunto Watches

I produce art about horology and other things that interest me. Online timepiece collector communities are where I spend most of my free time.

Interested in Time and Brands like Suunto Watches

There is nothing more captivating than the idea of time. Time, technology and art are the things that really captivates me. I’ve owned watches since I was a young boy, have you ever owned watches? What do you think about a Suunto 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.

What is the Fascination with Horometry and Watch Brands Such as Suunto Watches

Why do so many of us have this passion for horometry? The modern world is so frantic and everything happens instantaneously, from fast food to fast fashion. The wristwatches allow us to respect time and slow down a little. Do you own any watches? Leave a comment below to let me know what watches you own, especially if you own a Suunto Watch. Art is the ultimate declaration of humanity and serves to interrupt life’s rhythms and remind us about the other side of what humans are capable of and what humanity ultimately means.

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Quartz! You Either Love It or Hate It

My neural networks use computers that use quartz crystals that function as a clock. I’m interested in investigating metaverses whilst also valuing the actual world. Think about it, none of what I do would be possible without the concept of time and the ability to record it accurately. That’s why I love a Suunto Watch as much as any other watch. The old and new meet head on and still it is human imperfection that drives all of this perfection. I could endlessly expand on my passion and curiosity of time, and if anyone would be stupid enough to ask me to do so, I could probably bore them for a very long time on the subject.

We are Perfectly Imperfect. Do Suunto Watches Represent Perfection for You?

Art perfection is all about imperfection for me. Humans are imperfect and art is human expression. It’s a real challenge to create imperfection when I’m using perfect code to create perfect artificial intelligence in a perfect world of digital perfection. What exemplifies this evolution of perfectionism more aptly than timepieces? Do you consider a Suunto Watch to represent perfection, or would you choose some other watch? Let me know in the comments.

The Uselessness of the Past

Why do we choose to keep some things instead of assign them to the history books even if they aren’t useful anymore? It’s so interesting.

Time is Valuable. Do you Like My Art about Suunto Watches

I am just as ecstatic creating art with the subject being a Suunto Watch or any other brand. I’m not overly interested in the price of a particular brand that I choose to create art with, it’s the concept of time that really fascinates me.

Anyone Can Afford to Appreciate Time. Suunto Watches Might be Right for You

If you can afford a One Million Dollar watch that’s brilliant,  but you really don’t need to spend that to start appreciating the modern marvel of watchmaking. What price range would you consider when buying a watch? Would a Suunto Watch fit the bill for you?

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All Watches Are Modern Marvels. Are Suunto Watches in Your Price Range

Are you interested in all types of watch brands and not just the most expensive types. I am intrigued by mechanical and digital watches. Quartz watches are often thought of as inferior in some people’s minds but did you know that quartz watches nearly destroyed the Swish watch manufacturers because they were so accurate and inexpensive to produce? Quartz is a superb thing and is inside every computer. I use those computers to power the neural networks that help me produce art–how could I not love quartz? I’d wear quartz or a mechanical watch from Suunto Watches if they produce either because it isn’t what influences my buying decisions.

What Does it Mean to be Human in a World of Intelligent Machines. (Would you Own Suunto Watches?)

Man and machine are starting to have to compete with each other more and more and now is a great time to investigate and assert our humanity. If you could own any watch, what watch would you own? Would you be happy wearing a Suunto Watch. Timepieces are a great reminder of the battles we face between order and chaos. Entropy, decay and rebirth are tightly connected concepts that drive my passion for creating art with contemporary technology that is stimulated by these mechanical marvels. Art is a visual language and using all these things together really speaks volumes about the messages I’m trying to convey.

Any Brand Will Do. Would you Wear Suunto Watches

The watches I choose to produce my art with aren’t always significant as they barely ever resemble the original wristwatches, unless I get a request for a commission. If I created a piece of art with a Suunto Watch, you might not even recognize it as a Suunto Watch. Some collectors are very specific on what timepieces they want; and others just love the art whilst not caring what the subject originally was.

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Tourbillion isn’t Required and yet we Keep it Around. Would you buy a Suunto Watch.

A tourbillon complication is such a fascinating movement but there is absolutely no requirement to have that in a wristwatch, and yet, we keep it anyway, so interesting! Do we even require a watch these days? Probably not, but we still love them and keep them around. I have friends who buy watches, have you or your friends ever bought a Suunto Watch.This doesn’t mean that timepieces will never be needed again. Omega Speedmaster Chronograph is what the astronauts on the Apollo 13 space mission wore. The Omega Chronograph watch was what gave the astronauts the ability to get back to earth safely when their rocket instruments malfunctioned. Who knows whether we’ll have electricity shortages, or some other natural disasters that render the technology – that we currently rely on – useless in the future.