With simply under a month till the April 24 launch day of the Apple Watch, worldwide prominent Nanoblock artist Christopher Tan has actually re-created the Apple Watch in block kind in anticipation of the wearable’s launch next month.
As Tan notes, the sculpture is a 2.6 x scale version of the 42mm Apple Watch produced from over 800 pieces of Nanoblock, which is a popular structure block product in Japan, similar to LEGOs. Tan says he’s “been a long-time Apple fan” and is “excitedly preparing for the Apple Watch.”
Tan has been developing Apple-related Nanoblock structures for some time now, in 2014 debuting a 2,000-piece structure of the Fifth Opportunity Apple Store, complete with the renowned glass cube entry and descending spiral staircase. Tan’s developments have actually earned him spreads in journals and even award recognition in the Nanoblock business’s own spotlight of the most effective developments and creators making use of the product.
Have a look at the rest of Tan’s Nanoblock productions on his blog.