The King of Pop Art Nelson De La Nuez presents his collection of 3 Bubble timepieces. Special launch events featuring the timepieces and the original paintings with personal appearances by the artist will be organised in major US cities in 2018. More info to come !
The Bubble by Nelson De la Nuez © Corum
Following the success of her Mona Lisa, Elisabetta Fantone will be launching her new Bubble Dali at Art Basel Miami during which an exclusive event will be held at the Hotel National on Wednesday 6th from 7pm. During the Art show, she will also be taking over the National Hotel lighting up the hotel’s façade, exhibiting throughout the hotel her art pieces and designing a Corum suite.
The Bubble Dali by Elisabetta Fantone © Corum
Back in 2016, we had a chance to go hands-on together with the Corum Watches Malaysia Golden Bridge Round which was a departure from past Golden Bridge watches by employing a round event rather than the angular scenarios the collection had been known for. To get Baselworld 2017, designer Dino Modolo helps return the Golden Bridge into its ancestral roots with the Corum Golden Bridge Rectangle. Since its initial release in 1980, the Corum Golden Bridge has observed over a couple of variants, and this model retains the collection’s trademark feature – a movement that shows the entire transfer of energy from its spring barrel in 6 o’clock to the escapement at 12 o’clock. The caliber CO113 is what Corum describes as an “in-line baguette” movement, which has all its components stacked up in a column-like form. Like the numerals, the bridge structure that supports the movement is made from 18k gold and decorated with a variety of engravings alongside the brand name. This unique movement design permits the wearer to look at every component in motion as electricity is moved from 1 end of this case to another. The comprehensive execution of this 18-karat golden Roman numeral constructions and rivets that encircle the movement are extremely cool to look at it – it feels like something King Midas would approve of.The grade CO113 is what Corum refers to as an “in-line baguette” movement, which includes all of its parts piled up in an column-like shape. Like the numerals, the bridge construction that supports the motion is constructed from 18k gold and adorned with an assortment of engravings together with the brand name. This exceptional movement design permits the wearer to look at every component in movement as electricity is transferred from 1 end of this case to the other. The movement itself works at 4Hz using a power reserve of 40 hours.