The chances are you've seen and more than likely admired the work of Dominic Wilcox. If we are wrong, then the chances are that you're now going to admire it now as we bring photos and information about a special collaboration between the artist and Triwa Watches.
Dominic Wilcox is a British artist and designer who has become well known for his miniature scenes, which are created using the small model characters most would associate with toy battlefields and miniature model makers. However, in Dominic Wilcox's mind and indeed the work he has produced, they create miniature worlds full of the same emotions, energy and mystery that often occupies our own. You can see some of Dominic's previous work here.
The Swedish designer watch brand Triwa recognised how special and innovative Wilcox's miniature artwork was so they invited him to collaborate with them, re-creating their watch making processes in a very special way. Entitled "Adding Colour" which is Triwa's motto, Wilcox's three miniature scenes are surprisingly compelling and full of "blink and you'll miss it" detail. From road works with dumper trucks to labourers sitting and drinking cups of tea on the side of a gold watch case, Wilcox's miniature scenes add a playful hidden depth to the creativity and industry that goes into making unique timepieces.
This isn't the first time Wilcox has incorporated time telling devices into his artwork. He previously created these watch sculptures and likewise this isn't the first time Triwa have worked with an artist as it follows their collaboration with street art team Supakitch + Koralie earlier this year.