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TWOONE WATCHES

Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TWOONE was born in Yokohama, Japan. At age of 18 he moved to Melbourne, Australia where he quickly built up a name as one of the leading Australian Street Artists with over a decade of work under his belt including some mind blowing large scale murals around Australia and the world. His latest work is a watch modification project in collaboration with Tokki in which, using the watch as his canvas, he scratched unique designs on to the watch face which can be worn as a wearable work of art.

  • TWOONE Time Travel

    $800.00 $700.00

    Using the Hypergrand Maverick as the base model, the ‘Time Travel’ piece features a crossed arrow motif scratched into the back side of the watch face glass. Personally inscribed on the back of the watch the piece also includes customised hand painted packaging.

  • TWOONE Skinless Self Portrait

    $800.00 $700.00

    Using the Hypergrand Maverick as the base model, the ‘Skinless Self Portrait’ piece features a skull design scratched into the back side of the watch face glass. Personally inscribed on the back of the watch the piece also includes customised hand painted packaging.

  • TWOONE Fly High

    $800.00 $700.00

    Using the Hypergrand Maverick as the base model, the ‘Fly High’ piece features a bird in full flight design scratched into the back side of the watch face glass. Personally inscribed on the back of the watch the piece also includes customised hand painted packaging.

  • TWOONE Butterfly Counts Moment

    $800.00 $700.00

    Using the Hypergrand Maverick as the base model, the ‘Butterfly Counts Moment’ piece features a butterfly design scratched into the back side of the watch face glass. Personally inscribed on the back of the watch the piece also includes customised hand painted packaging.

TWOONE WATCHES

Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TWOONE was born in Yokohama, Japan. At age of 18 he moved to Melbourne, Australia where he quickly built up a name as one of the leading Australian Street Artists with over a decade of work under his belt including some mind blowing large scale murals around Australia and the world. His latest work is a watch modification project in collaboration with Tokki in which, using the watch as his canvas, he scratched unique designs on to the watch face which can be worn as a wearable work of art.