Creative laboratory MB&F has long been in the business of partnering with horological artisans and artists to produce three-dimensional watches. They have just released their latest creation: the limited edition HM4 Razzle Dazzle ad the HM4 Double Trouble.
Designed and created for individuals who have peculiar taste, these luxury watches will be running very small numbers in the market. The timepieces were made to honor MB&F founder Max Busser’s love of airplanes with two engine style pods for the time and power reserve indicator. Rivets on the titanium fuselage gives the piece an aged look for the lume on the dials. There is also a bomber-jacket inspired strap and there is some of the most famous pinup art on the case body.
The pinup art is a throw back to Air Force service men who used to celebrate their aircraft by painting images of women and other things as tokens of good luck just as sailors use to do with figureheads on the bows of ships. Geneva-based artist Isabelle Villa brough the artwork to life by putting hand-painted figures on the sides of the watchcase for both the HM4 Razzle Dazzle and Double Trouble models.
Source: Elite Choice