The Space Watch - by Richard Danne0
The Space Watch - by Richard Danne (SOLD)
“This watch represents pure joy for me and is the culmination of a long, fruitful relationship with NASA”. -Richard Danne. (the “Father of the NASA design program”)
ANICORN Watches releases the world’s first NFT (Non-Fungible Tokens) “Collector’s Gacha” on Rarible. Exclusively only 1 unit available worldwide, each token is bundled with distinctive digital contents and can be used to redeem an actual, never disclosed secret timepiece – The Space Watch – designed by Richard Danne, the “Father of the NASA design program” and the legendary NASA WORM logo.
In pursuit of the unknown – World’s first NFT Gacha that can be redeemed for a secret watch created by ANICORN.
• ANICORN Watches is the first watchmaker releasing NFT collectible in the world that the token can be redeemed for an actual timepiece
• Collector’s Gacha is unique, it is the only one of its kind and cannot be copied. It is immutable and cannot be taken down off the blockchain.
• Collector’s Gacha bundled with unlock-able contents. Only owners can access the contents.
• Collector’s Gacha can redeem (burn) the token for the first unit of the limited edition Space Watch designed by Richard Danne. The design of the watch is a secret and never disclosed to the public.
• The redeemable watches have unique numbers SB 001/150 engraved at the case back.
• Space Watch is the one and only watch in the market designed by the creator of The Worm logotype for NASA.
About Richard Danne
Richard Danne (pronounced DAYnee) attended the U.C.L.A. Graduate School of Design after graduating from Oklahoma State University. He began his independent career in Dallas, Texas and moved to New York City in 1963. He became a partner in Gips & Danne, then later in Danne & Blackburn, but has been a sole proprietor for most of his career. He now practices as DanneDesign, with Barbara Danne as partner, among the beautiful vineyards in Napa, California.
In 2014, Richard was awarded the prestigious AIGA Medal, the highest honor in American design. He received the 2018 “Fellow Award” from AIGA/San Francisco and was named a “Graphis Master” by that premier publisher of design. He is proud to be included in The Moderns, a stunning Abrams book by Heller and D’Onofrio, featuring pioneering Mid-Century American designers.