The central motif of the Tourbillon “Picassini” is the connection of two faces of men and women. The face of the woman is shown by curves: soft, pleasant, a little bit withdrawn. The face of the man taking up most of the circle: dominating, jagged, rough.
The painter’s brush floats on the dark brown mother-of-pearl and immerses the observer in an unusual, fairytale-like representation of the dial of the “Fairytale” model. It tells the wonderful story of the firebird. The firebird is a bird in Slavic mythology. The magically glowing bird lives in a distant land and brings its captor both blessings and calamities and becomes the subject of difficult tasks. The rich plumage of the firebird has many shades and shines in red, orange and yellow, like the embers of a fire.
By making this watch the designer Alexander Shorokhov remained true to his principles. The extraordinary futurist design matches very well with his “Avantgarde“ collection and it is no coicident that the name of the watch is “Tomorrow“.