Hublot reunites with Maxime BÃ¼chi to unveil their third Spirit of Big Bang collaboration. For the new timepiece, the multifaceted tattoo artist and founder of Sang Bleu stay true to the collaborative seriesâ€™ distinctive aesthetics, while also infusing a new spirit and vision. â€œThe result is a similar geometric aesthetic with a new interpretation of shapes and volumes. This creation is guided by perfectly proportioned shapes that interact and overlap to create a unique, distinctive design while enhancing the ergonomics for the wearer,â€ says BÃ¼chi.
Attired in a structural, yet facetted 42mm case, the latest iteration of the Spirit of Big Bang Sang Bleu is revealed with enhanced dimensions and ergonomics. Arriving in three variations, the All Black ceramic and Titanium are both limited to 200 pieces each, while 100 pieces are being made for the King Gold version only. On top of that, two more diamond-encrusted versions are also offered in King Gold and Titanium.
Sang Bleuâ€™s iconic and geometric tattoo aesthetics is seamlessly translated onto the timepieceâ€™s case and bezel. Despite its bold and genderless design, the watch is thoughtfully put-together with generous proportions that ensure an ergonomic and comfortable fit on all wrist sizes. The intricacies of BÃ¼chiâ€™s artistic language extend to the caseback, where the HUB4700 self-winding skeleton chronograph movement can be observed.
The new Spirit of Big Bang Sang Bleu is available for inquiries via Hublotâ€™s official website, with prices going from $28,300 USD to $70,400 USD.
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