Get your piece of horological art: these high-end prints are of entirely hand-drawn images that took up to two weeks to transform from a clean sheet to a finished artwork.
Through years of passionate and relentless work, Tamás Fehér has evolved from talented part-time sketcher to full-time horological artist. His personal touch is in depicting the unique intertwine between a timepiece and the historic stories behind it, resulting in an image that pays homage to watchmaking icons and their roles in modern history.
This drawing is inspired by the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner 114060, unofficially also dubbed as "No-Date Sub." Accurate to extremely fine details, such as the Rolex branded flange ring around the dial and the unique reflections on the ceramic bezel, Tamás' drawing brings the sight of the open seas — the Rolex Submariner's natural habitat — onto the dial.
Once a drawing is complete, a state-of-the-art scanner is used to faithfully digitalize all its hand-made details and allow for archival quality printing. The paper we use for all prints is Bockingford 300g by St. Cuthberts Mill, who have been making paper on the same site since the 1700’s by the ancient Cathedral City of Wells, England.
What sizes are available?
All horological drawings are sold in prints of two popular sizes making both options super easy to place in common frame sizes:
A3 "medium" size: 29.7 cm by 42.0 cm. That is 11.7 inches by 16.5 inches
B2 "large" size: 50.0 cm by 70.7 cm. That is 19.7 inches by 27.8
Adorn your office, living room or study with a piece of horological art.
We are happy to facilitate special size requests. If you have a watch that you love, you may commission a one-of-a-kind drawing made just for you. Please contact us for lead times and quotation.