A Man and His Watch entered its second printing this year after selling out of its first run last October. A coffee table book for the WIS crowd, it struck a chord with watch lovers and, if the response to
Simon Garfield is one of those few, happy, authors who have managed to turn their flickering curiosity into a source of income. After stints writing for the Observer, The Mail on Sunday and the Independent, he has turned his journalism
My first passion in life was Ferrari and Formula 1. These passions (or obsessions!) led me to watches. As a teenager, I used to see TAG Heuer sponsorship all over Formula 1 and owning a TAG Heuer watch became my
The passing of the hours is the one thing we all have in common. Long the subject of philosophical musings, time waits for none of us. This thought-provoking volume profiles twelve very distinct masters in the world of high-end horology.
Artful New Book Pre-Launches at Baselworld Previewed to Great Acclaim A book like this one has really never been seen before in the world of watchmaking: a non-commercial opus focusing on art on three fronts: the artistry of independent mechanical watchmaking with