Tag / Andre Le Marquand
Spaceman Audacieuse Watch in silver
Check out this silver Spaceman watch, designed by the amazing architect and designer of watches, Andre Le Marquand.
Spaceman “Zeno” Watch – designed by Andre Le Marquand
The first Spaceman watch was the Oval one ( you can find it elsewhere on the site ) in 1972, but – in my
opinion – this series here, called the “Audacieuse” range were utterly superior. The Audacieuse series was a rectangular series of watches and was launched in 1974.
Spaceman Audacieuse “Oriental” Watch – designed by Andre Le Marquand – WITH CASE!!!
Well, this is another Spaceman watch, designed by the amazing architect and designer of watches, Andre Le Marquand. This one comes with the ORIGINAL SPACEMAN CASE!!! LOOK AT IT! Cool eh?
Spaceman watch – Audacieuse in dark blue
Yes…. This is a Spaceman Audacieuse in blue. I won’t bore you with the spiel about Andre Le Marquand (again!) ’cause you can read all about this unique watch and its maker on the PDF’s elsewhere at this site
Spaceman Watch – designed by Andre Le Marquand
Andre made these watches, and they look like the watches they wear in Heaven. Not Heaven 23, the reasonable Gothenburg-based Nightspot, but Heaven where Hendrix, Hicks, Mercury and the like all gather. But seriously, look at these photos, do a quick search on the internet for Spaceman Watches or Andre Le Marquand and you’ll see…
Spaceman 7z watch by Andre Le Marquand in black
Yes, this is the missing family member of the Spaceman range, the rather sporty 7z edition.
Spaceman 7z watch
For me, brown was one of the THEE colours of the 1970’s. I think it’s fair to say that these autumnal hues have made a bit of a comeback, and this watch is more than a convesation piece – this will have people talking for months!
Spaceman oval watch in brown
These watches are truly iconic, they are unusual, very retro, very 70’s, but they are still
Spaceman oval shaped retro watch
Andre Le Marquand designed these watches – read about them in the Pieter Doensen book/bible for modern
collectible wristwatches. His watches are visible in the New York Museum of Art.