The watch consists of three hands, the hour, minute and second. The hour hand is represented by the group of three lines. The line in the center extending the farthest indicates the hour. The minute hand is represented by the singularly long hand (side without the two half circles) that extends to the edge of the dial. Finally, the second hand located in the center is represented by the small rectangular hand.
The Diagram 17 STEEL Watch draws its inspiration from a drawing of the same name by Wassily Kandinsky in 1925. The Diagram 17 STEEL Watch is the third version after the white and black versions. It differs from the white and black versions with a stainless steel case, white dial, blue hour hand, black and yellow minute hand and a red second hand. The Diagram 17 Watch has a 20mm wide black silicone band and you can order an “extra” black leather band. The Diagram 17 Watch is designed by Denis Guidone. Diagram 17 uses a Japanese Miyota movement and is 3 ATM.
Diagram 17 from Kandinsky’s essay Point and Line to Plane, originally published in 1926. The original Diagram 17 drawing is currently the property of The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Mount Holyoke Art Museum Although the Diagram 17 Watch may seem intimating at first, telling time on the watch is actually quite easy.
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