Chris Ryniak "The Order of Things" - Vannen Series 1
Chris Ryniak Watch Specs:
-Wrist: Medium Size - 7.75 Inches Max.
-Movement: 3 Hand Japanese Quartz Miyota Movement
-Dial: 28mm, 4-color Process Print, Multicolor.
-Case: 34mm, Plastic, Glossy Red.
-Crystal: Plastic with Scratch Guard Protective Film.
-Buckle: Plastic, Glossy Red.
-Loop: Plastic, Glossy Red.
-Straps: 16mm Wide, 4-color Process Print Sandwich Strap.
Edition Size: 500
Vannen captures the electrifying worlds of art, fashion, and pop culture and infuses them into every limited edition timepiece we produce. Vannen makes exceptional, highly collectible, limited edition timepieces at affordable prices. Constructing wearable art that is both functional and accessible - but still exclusive - Vannen has given the public a new way to showcase their taste in art and fashion without breaking the bank.
Individually inspected, assembled and packaged by hand in Los Angeles, every watch is treated like a true piece of art. Designed by some of the world's best artists, Vannen creates wearable art that appeals to forward-thinking, style-conscious individuals while honoring the distinctive vision of our team of artists.
By taking a pro-art stance, Vannen also strives to build a global community that invites people to discover new art, embrace it and incorporate it into their lives. Each collection of watches is produced with one goal in mind - to support the global art scene by bringing awareness to each artist and by inviting the world to experience something new.
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Product & Service Highlights -Limited edition watches -Individually inspected & packaged in LA -Spot-gloss packaging -Scratch Guard Protective Film on Every Watch Crystal -Lightweight: Only 0.8 oz per watch -PVC plastic. (Tested - meets all standards & regulations) -Unisex & medium sized to fit all ages -Quartz Japanese Miyota movements -Low profile crown. -Water resistant up to 30ft/10m. -90-Day warranty against manufacturer’s defects. -Out-of-Warranty service options and replacement parts available. -Customer service around the clock.
About the Artist: Chris Ryniak was born in 1976 in a safely distanced suburb of Detroit. He spent his childhood basking in the warm glow of Saturday morning cartoons, monster movies and flipping over rocks in search of insects and reptiles. In his teenage years, Chris' attention would shift to the world of skateboarding and the artists associated with the skate community, which later led to interests in commercial illustration. A graduate and former instructor at the Ringling School of Art and Design, Chris is now a painter and sculptor of all manner of critters that grace canvases as well as toy and print platforms. Chris' work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the world and his paintings have also been published in numerous books and periodicals. Chris currently resides in a coastal Ohio Dutch Colonial town with his wife, two children, cat and frog.
Details: Edition Size: 500
Artist: Chris Ryniak