Hublot Plays with depth with a White Iteration of the Big Bang Sang Bleu II

The Big Bang Sang Bleu II seems complex and elusive, yet its geometry is strikingly balanced and, for its creator Maxime Plescia-Büchi, it evokes a simplicity. With this new iteration, the tattoo artist reminds us that white is the starting point of all creations: a neutral basis that highlights the artist’s mastering of shape and form. It is here that he creates his geometry in three dimensions, between relief and depth, and where each detail is signed by a master stroke of the talented grapho-typo-tatoo-genius. 

Big Bang Sang Bleu II

A Tattoo of Mastery Upon Your Wrist

Maxime Plescia-Büchi has a confident stroke, a perfect line, a vision composed of perspectives, in which every point seems to naturally converge towards the other to sketch out forms that are as hypnotic as they are architectural.

Big Bang Sang Bleu II

Behind all the angles, the facets and the lines of the Big Bang Sang Bleu II, the master tattooist has made incisions into and chiselled at the material, from the case to the hexagonal bezel, from the sapphire glass to the hands. The 45-mm diameter watch reveals the perfection and balance of forms, and recalls the gaze and the gesture of an aesthete. 

The new Big Bang Sang Bleu II is the watchmaking twin of tattooing: with timeless precision, it is the result of a fusion between materials and the geometric mastery of the Sang Bleu founder.