Past, Present & Future 40mm STEEL
Past, Present & Future 40mm STEEL makes you live in the present. That’s what we strive to do!
The 40mm Past, Present & Future Watch reminds you that “there’s no time like the present.” You only see the present time: what’s past is past. The future doesn’t exist yet. The time is now. At once coolly minimal and warmly conceptual, Past Present, Future is a meditation on time.
As Albert Einstein says, I never think of the future as it comes soon enough. Our 40mm Past, Present & Future Watch is one with one of the great minds of the 20th century.
Time is always in the present; a meditation on time. All watches can tell you what time it is. 40mm Past, Present & Future STEEL Watch tell you what time is. Like its cousin, REVEAL, The PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE (PPF) Watch is now available in a LARGE 40mm (1.57”) diameter size. Although larger in size, the new 40mm size has been designed as a unisex watch. Prefer something a bit smaller, than try our classic 33mm PPF. The PPF Watch (like we refer to it as!) is a new twist on time, modern and a bit unusual. Way up there on the cool factor!
With the past, I have nothing to do nor with the future. I live now- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Past, Present Future is designed by Daniel Will-Harris, a pioneer in computer graphics and the web.
MoMA called Will-Harris “a computer graphics pioneer,” and his work “truly unique.”
Daniel Will-Harris is a computer graphics pioneer who literally wrote the book on computer typography, design and publishing in print and on the web.
He invented the EsperFonto system which created a new paradigm in typeface selection. He has designed award-winning books and book covers for major publishers, visual systems for the entertainment industry and identities for restaurants listed among the top 50 in the country.
He has written and edited seven best-selling books, as well as international design publications. He is currently at work writing and designing his second book of short stories, creating a cutting-edge clothing line called “Under Cover” and a series of of “souvenirs of imaginary places,” and acting in independent films.