The famous watch company Jaeger-LeCoultre announces a new version of its legendary Reverso. The well-known model is presented in a new guise as a result of cooperation of the company Jaeger-LeCoultre with the German artist and designer Jonathan Mizom.
Meese – one of the most well-known European abstract artists. He was a German by birth, was born in Tokyo, lives in Berlin, where he is working on creating their own exclusive sculptures.
The artist, in collaboration with Jaeger-LeCoultre painted the cover of two models Reverso, proceeds from the sale of which will be listed in the fund Apoplexia Foundation, founded in 1993 in Germany.
The activities of the fund aims to help victims of stroke patients. In Germany, approximately 270,000 people each year are in their hospital beds due to a stroke, with about 64% of them are disabled and need help. Fund Apoplexia created more than 480 special support groups and more than 200 offices Stoke Units, which provide medical and psychological care to such patients.
On the back cover of the new painted a picture of the artist Jonathan Mees. The model will be sold at an online auction on the official website of the company.
The starting price model Reverso – 6250 euros.