Tonight Montblanc will inaugurate in its boutique in Geneva the exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” by Gregory Maillot.

“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc

I invite you to discover the Montblanc exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” on my blog since I very much like the photographs taken by the Swiss photographer Gregory Maillot.

Instead of just inviting people to a “simple” Christmas cocktail the charming marketing team of Montblanc in Switzerland organized an exhibition of photographs taken by the Swiss photographer Gregory Maillot.

Gregory went to the two watch-manufacturing sites of Montblanc in Le Locle and Villeret in Switzerland during the year several times and took numerous photos always incorporating something that has to do with Montblanc.

What you will discover are not dump product photos and no hidden Montblanc-PR, but absolute gorgeous photos.

Believe me I would not promote this exhibition in Geneva on my blog if I would not like Gregory´s photographs. I unfortunately cannot be in Geneva tonight since if have work to do in my office here in Vienna, but the Montblanc team is there and they sent me some pictures of the Montblanc Boutique and of course the photographs taken by Gregory.

Just in case:

Gregory´s photographs can be bought directly at the Montblanc Boutique in Geneva for 3500 Swiss Franks each and all the money will go 100 % directly to UNICEF. A maximum of ten issues per picture will be reproduced. The exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” will be opened until January 4th 2014 and can be visited during the opening hours of the boutique.

 

Guys, the best is still to come:

Everyone who is invited tonight at the inauguration of the exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” at the Montblanc Boutique, 1, Place du Port in Geneva, will get a very stylish desk calendar made out of a selection of twelve photographs from Gregory as a gift.

You want one too? Good! I can offer you five of these exclusive desk calendars. Here is the way to get one…

If you want one please answer me the following question: When exactly did Nicolas Mathieu Rieussec receive the patent for the chronograph he invented in 1821 from the Royal Academy of Science, the consultative committee for Arts and Engineering of the Ministry of the Interior, and for how many years?

The first five to send me the correct two answers will get one desktop calendar sent to you by the Montblanc PR-team directly from Switzerland.

 

Please enjoy Gregory Maillot´s photographs!

“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc
“Un movement, deux temps” Gregory Maillot for Montblanc

 

This is how the Montblanc Boutique in Geneva looks today …

Montblanc Boutique in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva
Montblanc Boutique exhibition “Un movement, deux temps” in Geneva

And finally this is how the invitation for tonight looks like… 🙂

Invitation Montblanc Boutique Geneva_1 Invitation Montblanc Boutique Geneva

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Marvelous! Brilliant photography. Regret greatly not being able to attend. Thank you for the pictures and always your expert comments.

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