A Vacheron Constantin chrono in a work of art?

A few weeks ago we had a very interesting debate on watches as works of art.

http://www.thehourlounge.com/index.php?module=Thread&action=view&threadid=9100&id=9100

We all agreed to disagree on the subject but picking up from there here is something which can be called art! Herebelow is a work by American contemporary artist Steve Miller who used a Vacheron Cosntantin Malte Chronograph in one of his artworks!

Photo copyright Steve Miller for Iconofly courtesy of Editions Laumont

A Vacheron Constantin chrono in a work of art?

pretty cool thanks, it looks like an X-ray
02/29/2008 - 17:20

nt

Re: A Vacheron Constantin chrono in a work of art?
03/01/2008 - 01:24

OMG, Alex!

Its a Venus Fly-Trap and its swallowed a Vacheron!

It does look like an X-Ray!

but is it art?

Re: A Vacheron Constantin chrono in a work of art?
03/01/2008 - 02:05

Hi Alex,

Here's some watch art.

The first one is by Da Vinci. He had a few other secrets that weren't in the Codex.

It might inspire another VC slogan:

Vacheron-Constantin: Way, Way, Waaaayyyy Ahead of its Time!

And here's another, courtesy of Seurat!

Now thats art!!

LOL excellent! :-)
03/01/2008 - 10:13

r

LOL! Now we know the secret behind Mona Lisa's smile! (nt)
03/01/2008 - 14:32

k

Love it!!
03/03/2008 - 12:24

NT