Great exhibition in Geneva – Mechanical Watch Graffiti

Tempus Fugit, or translated Time Flies, is an exhibition of graffiti art displaying mechanical movements. A must see for anyone in Geneva who likes mechanical watches, and I guess in a city like Geneva that will be many people. Magaldi Xavier has been a graffiti artist since the early 90′s....

Great exhibition in Geneva – Mechanical Watch Graffiti
Published on April 29 2012, 20:11
Source: www.monochrome.nl

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