CMYK Series: Yellow - On Sale NOW!

May 26, 2013


Summer is upon us, and the last watch in the Vannen CMYK series is finally here! 

A color of warmth and happiness, Yellow is the perfect accessory for a trip to the beach, an outdoor festival, or a bright glimpse at fun times to come. Yellow - more so than any other color - commands the attention of passersby with its brilliant hue and cheerful energy.

The Vannen CMYK series is our appreciative nod to graphic designers and printmakers alike. Each watch in the series highlights one of the four colors that form the basis of all print design: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (Black). Each timepiece in the series features a sleek, minimal design that highlights the simple beauty of the featured color. Designed with the casual collector in mind, Vannen's CMYK watches retail for only $55.

Yellow is available right now at VannenWatches.com and select retailers. Enjoy.





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