Hublot Big Bang
Europastar reports that watchmaker Hublot will be part of the "Big Bang" exhibition at the Pompidou Centre in Paris. The exhibition takes place from now until 28 February 2006. The partnership is a natrual since Hublot has created the Big Bang watch. The "Big Bang" exhibition throws together all types of modern and contemporary plastic arts, photography, cinema, video, architecture, design, and literature, showcasing works and styles from the turn of the last century to the present day side by side. The Big Bang watch is a large watch that combines a variety of materials including gold and ceramics, Kevlar and red gold, tantalum or rubber with classic Swiss watchmaking tradition. The watch is built of superimposed layers of different materials and the 44.5 mm diameter casing of the Big Bang is fashioned from 18K gold or steel. A Kevlar insert gives the impression that the rubber strap goes through the watch itself. The Hublot Big Bang will be available in the autumn of 2005.