Three years ago Hublot reimagined the art of tattooing with the Big Bang One Click Sang Bleu, created in collaboration with Maxim Pleschia-Bushi, world renowned tattoo artist and founder of Sang Bleu (Blue Blood) studio. Then he created the avant-garde hexagon, which became the trademark of his collaboration with the Swiss manufacture.

It isn’t impossible to explore Maxim Pleschia-Bushi’s rich art world in Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II. This time a new version of the legendary model celebrates the purity of white. The tattoo artist himself reminds us that white is the starting point of all creations. It is here that he creates his geometry in three dimensions, between relief and depth and where every detail is signed with a masterful stroke of a talented graphic printing genius.

The manufacturer has unveiled the all-white Big Bang Sang Bleu II in a 45mm titanium case and an alternative version in pink King Gold. The case and dial of Big Bang Sang Bleu II are an intricate combination of angles, lines and shapes that look like a labyrinth or optical illusion. The combination of polished and satin-finished materials emphasizes the monumental architecture of the product and the alternation of geometric shapes that adorn each of the watch spaces.

This model is based on the in-house movement HUB1240, producing 28,800 vibrations per hour and having a power reserve of 72 hours.

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