ABOUT MHD WATCHES

 

"The symbiotic relationship between cars and watches is a well known fact with enthusiasts of both. In fact, the majority of "Drivers watches" either take their name from the automotive world (Rolex Daytona for the track, Heuer Carrera after the gruelling and dangerous Mexican road race), or they have a shining endorsement from it (you're probably picturing the iconic square case of the blue Monaco upon Steve McQueen's wrist in Le Mans right now. )

However, very few watches can claim to have been designed by a car designer. Most automotive tie-ins come from a brand association, and thats about as far as it goes, but to actually have the same pen designing a watch that designed a car is rare. Enter the talent of Matthew Humphries, the gifted young designer who, at the age of 21, became Head of Design at the Morgan Motor Company and can be attributed for the stunning Aeromax and Supersports. 

After leaving Morgan, Matthew set up his own Automotive design consultancy (MHD), and then in 2014 established MHD watches to combine his love of design with his passion for watches. 

Designed in the UK, MHD watches truly encapsulate automotive design with luxury to produce an elegant timepiece that would befit both contemporary and classic car lovers. The first model, the SQ1, features a simple uncluttered dial that bears more than a passing resemblance to the rev counter of a 1970's Porsche 911. Limited in production to just 300 examples, these can be had on a variety of differing straps depending on your mood and style. 

 

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Matthew Humphries is an Established Automotive designer, whose work is recognised on an international level. After leaving the Morgan Motor Company as their Chief Designer and designing cars such as the Morgan Aeromax, Eva Gt and New Morgan 3 wheeler, Matthew set up   MHD Automotive Design consultancy, and later launched MHD watches in 2014. 

For more information on Matthew's portfolio please visit www.matthewhumphriesdesign.com. You can also follow Matthew on TwitterfacebookInstagram