What’s that got to do with a watch? Well, one, it’s almost Thanksgiving. And two? Cadence has a new Creative Director, and have introduced their Radian watch that has pi all over it. Cadence has introduced some stylistically interesting watches, and this one is no exception. Of course, that bronze-tone case certainly doesn’t hurt, either, now does it?
Cadence Enlists Chris Thompson, Designer of the Famous Math Clock, as Creative Director
Philadelphia artist brings creative expertise to the watch brand
Philadelphia, PA – November 16, 2011 –The Cadence Watch Company today announced that Chris Thompson, Math Clock designer, will join the brand as Creative Director. Thompson brings years of experience to the role and will be the creative lead of the brand.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Chris join the Cadence team,” says Vanya Buvac, founder of Cadence Watch Company. “Over the past few years we have worked hard to expand the diversity of Cadence Watch designs and our customers have responded positively. Chris brings a wealth of creativity, and we are excited for the innovative watches he will bring to the lineup.”
Thompson is known for his design of the Math Clock that replaces each numeral with equivalent notations. His love of mathematics and art has inspired the first design he has in mind for Cadence. Just like the Math Clock, Chris plans to design a watch that speaks to the mathematic geeks, calling it the Radian Watch.
For a chance to win one of the first Radian Watches enter at http://cadencewatch.com/r/radian-watch-giveaway/
“Cadence Watch Company is an exciting brand that brings stylish and unique lifestyle watches to market,” said Thompson. “The opportunity to help grow the Cadence brand is incredibly exciting, and I couldn’t be happier working with a local Philadelphia company.”
Graduating from Lehigh University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Design Arts, Thompson has built a diverse career in design and art working with several mediums from stain glass to graphic design.
Keep an eye on www.CadenceWatch.com for more Chris Thompson designs to come.
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