Romain Jerome, in collaboration with the Tetris Company LLC, introduces a fun new generational icon to the RJ collection: the Tetris-DNA watch. Ah yes, back to the 1980’s and 90’s with this iconic video game favorite. Designed by Alexey Pajitnov in the USSR, Tetris was initially released in June 1984 and is now of course one of the most famous video gams of all time. The dial features a random sequence of the game’s signature Tetriminos, the famous colored geometric shapes (I loved the game but never knew they were called that!). The Tetriminos are gemset by hand in the center of the dial; crafted from anodized aluminum in a “Clou de Paris” pattern (a guilloché pattern of hollowed lines that intersect to form tiny pyramidal shapes). The dial further embodies the Tetris aesthetic, with “brick” engravings on the side and the Tetris word mark on the right side.