Suprematism, the invention of Russian artist Kazimir Malevich, was one of the earliest and most radical developments in abstract art. Heavily influenced by avant-garde poets, and an emerging movement in literary criticism, Malevich derived his interest in flouting the rules of language, in defying reason. He believed that there were only delicate links between words or signs and the objects they denote, and from this he saw the possibilities for a totally abstract art. Malevich came to be intrigued by the search for art’s barest essentials. Although the Communist authorities later attacked the movement, its influence was pervasive in Russia in the early 1920's. The movement was pivotal in shaping Constructivism, and continues to inspire abstract art to this day.
In homage to this movement, the Blue Kazimir Suprematism watch frames bold shapes and colors which continue shift composition with each passing second. The hour is the gray hand, the minute is the black hand and the blue second hand disc rotates around the watch every 60 seconds.
Blue Kazimir is made of black IPB stainless steel with a black silicone band, and utilizes a high quality Japanese movement. It is considered the perfect unisex-size case measuring 37mm.