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Android WatchMaker Watchfaces

From your Android smartphone, install WatchMaker, tap the pictures to download to WatchMaker.

Both of these beautiful Clojure watchfaces include an elegant ambient black-and white outline for when your device is dimmed.

Pebble Smartwatch Watchfaces

From your smartphone, scan the QR or tap the pictures to upload to your watch.

Available now in the Pebble App Store, search for 'LISP'!

John McCarthy, one of the founding fathers of AI and creator of LISP.
Lighting up the dark streets of New York is LispNYC's rendition of the famous New York iconograph.
Conrad Barsky's lisp-art has put smiles on millions of faces while teaching high-level abstract terms.
David Lamkin's modern design of the cons-cell captures the essence and complexity of one of the greatest atomic units of computing.
MIT/GNU Scheme, recursion at it's best.
The asian-inspired Clojure icon, designed by Tom Hickey is flat, sleek and modern rendering a central lambda in negative space.
"Save Lisp and Die" is the unofficial moto of the high-performance lisp compiler: Steel Bank Common Lisp.

The function results in an executable that stands alone in it's performance and attitude.
Matthias Felleisen's 3D Racket Language logo. Racket goes beyond Lisp and Scheme with dialects that support objects, types, laziness, and more.
XKCD-297's LISP/StarWars mashup
Symbolics Genera LISPM


Custom Watchfaces of Lisp in Summer Projects Supporters

Formed in 1991, the Association of Lisp Users (ALU) provides high-quality information about LISP, organizes the International Lisp Conference and provides administrative support for Lisp-related groups and projects.
Genworks International provides General-purpose Declarative Language (GDL), a Generative Application Development system for creating web-centric Knowledge Based Engineering and Business applications.
Jane Street is a technologically intense trading firm. With software playing an essential role in everything, it is as much a technology company as a trading firm.

LispNYC is a nonprofit unincorporated association dedicated to the advocacy and advancement of Lisp-based software and development technologies such as Common Lisp, Clojure and Scheme.

We focus on education, outreach, regular monthly meetings and development projects.

Meetings are the second Tuesday of every month, are free and open to all.

Providing parentheses to NYC since 2002