40mm Black Bodoni M&Co
40mm Black Bodoni M&Co now a second choice to 33mm
“Waste Not a Moment”
40mm Black Bodoni M&Co, a classic reborn. While the origins of the M&Co series are rooted in timeless design and have remained consistent for the better part of 30 years, Projects is now ready to introduce the next generation of The Bodoni Watch. Identical in design to the 33mm variant, the 40mm Black Bodoni M&Co Brass Bodoni. The new 40mm Bodoni differs slightly in that the hands are longer, this complements the shape of the watch and makes for a more well rounded design.
40mm Black Bodoni M&Co Watch has long been recognized as an icon of simplistic and pure watch design. Originally designed in 1984, the 33mm classic all black version gave way to the brushed stainless steel version. And now, The M&Co Bodoni Black 40mm! The Bodoni Watch from M&Co in classic black, stainless, brass/gold finish and now in a larger size all the brainchild of creator Tibor Kalman.
40mm Black Bodoni M&Co Watch features the classic Bodoni typeface designed by Giambattista Bodoni (1740-1813) in late 18th-early 19th century, Italy. Bodoni’s typeface is characterized by easily recognizable Romantic typeface, vertical stress, slight serif bracketing, a vertical tail of Q, and a small upper bowl of g. Clearly a classic of its day, and even today, the 40mm Black Bodoni M&Co has clean lines that carefully teeter from light to dark and back. Bodoni is timeless. Bodoni comes with a top stitched black leather band lined with a taupe glove leather finish and a matching stainless black buckle.
The late Tibor Kalman, founder of M&Co. began his legendary relationship with time in 1983. In the spirit of the motto imprinted on the backside of the watches – “Waste Not a Moment.” Tibor Kalman (1949-1999) founded the legendary, multidisciplinary design firm M&Co in 1979. In collaboration with his wife Maira, the conceptually progressive firm initially created graphics, magazines and film titles, and books. Following the release of a record album cover for the rock band Talking Heads, M&Co gained major attention for “pushing the envelope” on conventions of design and typography, and went on to become a major influence on emerging designers. Projectswatches and M&Co began their historic relationship back in 2005 both companies sharing their common love of design and the timepiece. M&Co with its love of design and the whimsy and Projects watches with its love of design and architecture. A perfect marriage.