For a new artistic collaboration between fake Hublot and Maxime Plescia-Buchi, Hublot’s all-black concept has been etched into black ink, such as blackout tattoos (including covering part of the body with black ink). Big Bang Unico Sang Bleu II is all black and bold and monochromatic, showing the complete three-dimensional geometry of the talented figure-tattoo-tattoo genius. The material-infused with black, polished and satin, beveled and faceted, shows the interaction of light and dark in the relief. The iconic monochrome is now indelible.
“When we launched the first all-black watch and its concept of “invisible visibility” in 2006, we dared to surpass its main function-timing function-to show it as a work of art, which can inherit and affirm a mentality. In Maxime’s work, we found exactly the same way to transcend the main meaning of things. The art of shading tattoos is a highly complex art form reserved for a few people. It is the ultimate choice for tattoos. The inspired timepieces exceed their main meaning or purpose.”
Maxime Plescia-Buchi pierced the tattoos into interesting and interesting works of body art. Since 2016, the artist has been collaborating with Hublot to design strokes that are the same as the lines he draws on people, with confident brushstrokes, while drawing hypnotic and architectural equivalent shapes. The new interpretation of “Big Bang Unico Sang Bleu II All Black” completely uses black, which is the favorite color of watchmakers and artists.
“All black is a dialectical process of withdrawing style elements to support the pure expression of form and intent. This process exists on the body with tattoos in the same way as the art of clocks and watches. The craftsmanship of “blackout” tattoos is extremely high. It is high, but its expression is minimal. It can expose the body below, emphasizing its curves and natural shape. The Big Bang Sang Bleu II all black watch has its special shape, which shows the exquisite structure. All black watches and tattoos They are all works that exist outside of time and style. This is the ultimate goal of any art project.”
Hublot’s concept of “all black” in 2006 is to use the same black in tone style. This is a breakthrough vision that will become an iconic symbol: “invisible visibility”. Perhaps coincidentally, 2006 was also the year Maxime Plescia-Buchi used black ink as his iconic medium of expression. In the spirit of shading tattoos, the abstract geometric shapes he usually draws directly on the skin are all black, where the case is covered in deep black and symbolic black. Just like the requirements for this all-black ink, artists need higher precision and skills, and the monochrome materials used here also require perfection. On a 45 mm diameter watch case cut from black ceramic and black PVD coated titanium, the master tattoo artist alternately superimposes hexagons, diamonds and triangles, measuring from the bezel to the automatic winding chronograph made by HUB1240 Unico Core time. Under the hollow dial and open case back.
The dimensional effect of this monochromatic watches cheap is not affected at all, but in fact it is the opposite: the polygonal movement created by the tattoo artist is highlighted in the light directly reflected from the polished and satin-finished material, which has been carved and chiseled, Angled and faceted.