From St.Petersburg, Sasha Snoom is a 25 year old artist with a background in street style illustration. His style is a mix of tag and Roth ala Mad Magazine and so far he’s very into green and gooey gruesome. His G-Shock design won the most recent competition for a limited edition collaboration DW6900. His celebration of the release is memorialized on his Facebook-like page http://vk.com/snoom along with a running history of his many accomplishments and art works.
If you are interested in getting one of these watches, I wish you luck. If you find one being sold by someone in Russia, I would caution you that your chances of actually getting it are just north of zero. Their postal system is worst in the world. Even eBay, the worlds most brilliant shipping experts, can’t figure out a way to do business there. For investors this is a made-to-order situation since this watch is dope and almost non-existent – a name-your-own-price scenario. But I have a hunch that Sjors figures it out and gets one for his collection – he is clever that way.
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