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weltweit: Gear Patrol reviews Ace x NOMOS Limited Edition ‘100 Years of De Stijl’

In ‘weltweit’ we keep track of NOMOS articles posted around the web.

Great Patrol posted a review of the Ace x NOMOS Limited Edition ‘100 Years De Stijl’;

At the request of Dutch watch retailer Ace Jewelers, Nomos — the German watchmaker best known for its Bauhaus-inspired minimalist timepieces — has released a limited edition version of its Orion wristwatch that pays tribute to the De Stijl artistic movement of the early 20th century. De Stijl is characterized by distilling work down to extremely simple forms and colors, and works were comprised of simple horizontal and vertical lines as well as black, white and primary colors. Dutch painter Piet Mondriaan is probably the best-known proponent of the movement.

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weltweit: Watches by SJX reviews the Ace x NOMOS Limited Edition ‘100 Years De Stijl’

In ‘weltweit’ we keep track of NOMOS articles posted around the web.

Watches by SJX posted a review of the Ace x NOMOS Limited Edition ‘100 Years De Stijl’;

De Stijl, or “The Style”, is the Dutch art movement most widely known through the works of Piet Mondrian. Abstract, minimalist and made up of primary colours, De Stijl serves as the inspiration for the latest limited edition from Nomos, produced at the request of, appropriately enough, Dutch retailer Ace Jewelers.

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weltweit: aBlogtoWatch goes hands-on with the Club Campus

In ‘weltweit’ we keep track of NOMOS articles posted around the web.

Today, aBlogtoWatch posted a hands-on article on the NOMOS Club Campus.

The dial is where the Club Campus stands apart from the standard line of Club watches. The watches all have a “California” dial, in which the top half of the dial has Arabic numeral markers and the bottom half Roman numeral markers.

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featured image by aBlogtoWatch.

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weltweit: FratelloWatches reviews the Ahoi Datum Atlantik

In ‘weltweit’ we keep track of NOMOS articles posted around the web.

Today, FratelloWatches‘ posted a review of the Ahoi Atlantik Datum by Balázs Ferenczi;

As I was lifting the green box out of the parcel for a second I thought I heard fanfares and a boy choir singing.  I also saw blinding yellow light shining out of the box lid. Instead, a group of 6 guys gathered around me and before I could even take a glance of it the Nomos was gone.

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featured image by FratelloWatches.

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weltweit: Gear Patrol talks Metro with Mark Braum

In ‘weltweit’ we try to keep track of NOMOS articles posted around the web.

Back in October, Andrew Connor of Gear Patrol did an interview with Mark Braun, the designer of the critically acclaimed Metro.

I was asked to pitch some watch designs. It was like I could design whatever watch I liked. One was the Metro. Luckily it fit with the tastes of both the owner of the company (Roland Schwertner) and I… It’s not always like that, especially when you’re a freelance designer.

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