Highlights of this design include Heuer’s exquisite Cal. 11 movement. Then we added some Junghans references (imagine if Max Bill had designed the Monaco). There’s more than a nod to Jo Siffert’s Porsche 917K (Kurzheck, or short tail) too. In particular, references to the Number 20 car (chassis 917-024) driven by McQueen’s character, Mike Delaney.
We bring everything together with a unique Uchi treatment showcasing our graphic design, typography, technical communication and design-for-print skills.
We hope you love your Heuer Monaco timepiece art as much as we’ve enjoyed researching, designing and printing it for you.Read the full story on the Heuer Monaco timepiece art
Each art print is printed to order and will take a few days to arrive (non UK deliveries will take longer).
Prints are shipped rolled, in packing tubes via tracked shipping. European shipping usually takes up to 7 working days and 15 working days for international shipping.