Hublot gave birth in 2005 to the Big Bang. Since then, this model has become an icon of Swiss watchmaking in the third millennium. In 2018, a first connected version of the Big Bang was born. Here’s the BIG BANGe today. The new incarnation of the Art of Fusion dear to Hublot. A fusion of tradition and innovation, a fusion of state-of-the-art materials and state-of-the-art digital technology.
The TAO Group is a leading restaurant and nightlife company that develops, owns and operates many of the most successful food, beverage and nightlife entertainment venues in the United States. Their have an unparalleled history of unique venues at the “crown” cities in the United States such as Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York City. In New York City, the collection includes Arlington Club, Avenue, Avra, Beauty & Essex, LAVO Italian Restaurant and Nightclub, Marquee Nightclub, Rue 57, The Stanton Social, TAO Asian Bistro Uptown and TAO Asian Bistro Downtown. Expanding to even provide hospitality in Australia and Singapore.
Internationally renowned artist KAWS made his name in Brooklyn, New York, has held art exhibitions around the world. He painted skulls and XX eyes on advertising light boxes, telephone booths and bus stops, which later became his signature. KAWS developed an interest in street graffiti when he was young. Since 1996, he has been posting graffiti on the streets of Manhattan. KAWS’s works have a strong impact on contemporary visual culture, and are enthusiastically sought after in Europe, America and Japan.
The Museum of Broken Windows is a pop-up experience in New York City, which features the work of artists from around the country. The Museum showcases the ineffectiveness of broken windows policing, which criminalizes our most vulnerable communities. The strategy of broken windows policing is outdated and has never been proven to be effective at reducing crime. For decades, communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by broken windows policing.
JM Robert was born and raised in Macon, France, and began painting at a very young age. Imitating the effects of patina, soiling and degradation that he observed on the facades of buildings. The facades inspire his abstract backgrounds in bright, flashy colors with sharp contrast along with black and graphical style