Invented during the height of the Great Depression with the intent to make people smile, Kit-Cat Klocks are an enduring icon of Americana design kitsch. Oregon-based designer Earl Arnault first created the smiling cat clock in 1932, complete with its timeless character, rolling eyes, and wagging tail. Over 85 years later, the company continues its American-made legacy, with every clock still durably crafted and manufactured in California. Always with an infectiously optimistic ethos, the Kit-Cat Creed is printed on every box: "Put a smile on everyone's face; Love in everyone's heart; Energy in everyone's body; and -- Be a positive force in everyone's life!"
The Hundreds pays homage to an icon of Americana design with a limited edition The Hundreds X Kit-Cat Klock, featuring a custom allover "furry leopard" print and The Hundreds logo. This matching T-shirt completes the collaborative collection.