Kikuo Ibe On the All-Metal G

G-Shock’s number one socialite was in fine form at the recent 35th anniversary event in Taipei. Among his duties as the godfather of G, Kikuo Ibe sat down to give an interview inRead More

Yu Nagaba Want’s You to Smile

Casio have partnered with Japanese illustrator Yu Nagaba to produce a feel-good 5600. The white watch has been overhauled with Nagaba’s signature hand-drawn style, all the way from the technical notation onRead More

Do the Right Thing With G-Shock x Aqua Planet

G-Shock’s charitable channels bear fruit once more with a new Aqua Planet collection. The not-for-profit partner is involved in the regeneration of coral reefs around the world, as the impact of humanRead More

G-Shock Rave On with Homboog

Team Homboog – the collective noun for graffiti writers Hombre and Boogie – have been enlisted by the big G for a spot of spray painted artistry. The pair were tasked withRead More

New Gravitymaster GA-1100-1A1

There hasn’t been a whole lot of song and dance about the GA-1100 lately, but we sure are glad that it’s back on the radar. The entry-level Gravitymaster may not have theRead More

The Fire Pack is Back

G-Shock’s latest annual Fire Package release has appeared, and it’s certainly caught our attention. This year, Casio chose the same two models as selected last time, but they’ve flipped up the colourRead More

A Closer Look at the Red Out Series

G-Shock’s 35th anniversary ‘Red Out‘ series is easily one of our favourite drops of the year so far. The vivid red colour is offset perfectly by a matte light-dispersing coating – we justRead More

G-Shock x Reach Time Loops 9052

G-Shock have wound back the collaborative calendar for this joint venture with Taiwanese artist Reach. Rather than selecting a brand new model or a go-to classic, they opted for a DW-9052 –Read More

Takeo Kikuchi Keeps it Simple

Takeo Kikuchi certainly has a keen eye for detail. The Japanese designer is known for both fashion and industrial applications, which equips him with the perfect skillset to tackle something that crossesRead More