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Willard Wigan was the first to enter the watchmaking industry. This is how amazing it sounds to all of us who love the work of this extraordinary artist. This renowned micro-sculptor, Robert Greubel, and Stephen Forsey are currently working together on a timepiece that is unimaginable in art and watchmaking. Their groundbreaking creation, Art Piece 1, is still in development.omega fake watches It was displayed at the Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair on September 6, 2012.
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The work in progress was also shown in omega replica watches’s Time Art GalleryGF in Bund18 in Shanghai, September 7 through September 9. The final version of Art Piece 1 is expected to be unveiled at the 2013 Salon International de Haute Horlogerie.
Robert Greubel, Stephen Forsey, and Willard Wigan's amazing nano-sculptures five year ago gave rise to the idea of a new creation, one that was innovative, architecturally complex,omega replica watches and technologically unique. They needed the help of Willard Wigan, who was willing to collaborate with them on this long-term project.
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Art Piece 1 will bring together the creative languages of three experts. The power of this exciting unity is unimaginable once it's completed. Greubel, Forsey and others are currently working on a rotating hexagonal structure. It will include several Wigan nano-sculptures.omega replica watches These figures will be visible thanks to specially designed optics that will be integrated into the Art Piece 1. They are only a few micromillimeters in size (less than one-third of a grain rice grain).
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Only visible through a microscope high-powered, Willard Wigan's creations can be seen. They are usually placed in the eye or head of pins, on a grain sugar, or in the eye of a needle. Wigan uses unusual tools such as hairs from dead fly to paint, spider web, legs, gold, and Kevlar. He also works with miniature insects and iconic images from pop culture. This requires extreme concentration and discipline. Queen Elizabeth II awarded Wigan an MBE for his extraordinary work and contributions to art.