Matt Barnes is a photographer based in Toronto. Fascinated by all pop culture influencers, vintage and modern alike, he has notably photographed Snoop Dogg, Bradley Cooper, Nick Wooster and Lexi Belle, among others.
For the relaunch of the Corum Bubble, there are 3 versions, two of which are limited edition. Corum is clearly taking it slow with all the Corum Bubble, but these are nice models. All of these 2015 Corum Bubble watches use the same movements that Corum used in its previous three-hand Corum Bubble watches, which is their Caliber CO 0082 (a base Swiss ETA 2892 automatic). The CO 0082 has been skeletonized for the non-limited edition model that’s the return of the Corum Bubble Skeleton. More great news is in respect to pricing – which is quite welcoming for the limited edition models (even in comparison to the costs of initial Corum Bubble watches available for sale) in a decent $3,425 for the Corum Bubble All Black and Corum Bubble Vintage, and a lofty $8,300 for the non-limited Corum Bubble Skeleton.My favored family of watches at the present group of Corum goods is the Admirals’ Cup. Based on a currently defunct boat race, the original Admiral’s Cup watch started in the 1980s and was the original yachting watch to wear on or off deck with your boating shoes and skipper cap. What’s indicated the Admiral’s Cup collection for so long would be that the 12-sided case and using vibrant boat pennant flags over the hour markers. The latter was largely depreciated as the colors no longer exist on newest Admiral’s Cup watches. Lots of new Admiral’s Cup watches are still rather cool. However, with watches such as the Chronograph Tourbillon 47 Seafender (that in its own way is intriguing) I feel like the first theme and personality of the Admiral’s Cup collection has formally been thrown overboard.
Matt Barnes also produces films as part of his visual media activities. Coincidentally, he filmed a video starring Elisabetta Fantone, who is also a Corum Watches Replica Replica ambassador.
Describing himself as a man with his head in the clouds but his feet on the ground, he joins Corum in a spirit of innovation that combines old and new.