Who wouldn’t like to meet up with a world-class soccer player and brand ambassador for TUDOR luxury watches? For an event in Berlin, Marcus Dörr c/o ARTMOS4 was booked via the agency DO IT! GmbH to spray as a live act in front of an audience. The finishing touches were put on by no lesser than superstar David Beckham in a team effort with Marcus.
About - TUDOR - In February 1926, watch factory Veuve de Philippe Hüther registered the brand TUDOR for Hans Wilsdorf. After the company headquarters moved to Geneva, Wilsdorf acquired the exclusive rights for use of the TUDOR brand name. The first watches featured the simple TUDOR name written on the watch face, and extending above the letters was the horizontal line of the initial T. On a few rare collector’s items, the name Rolex was still written. Until the new brand had finally established itself on the market, Rolex vouched for the technical and aesthetic quality of TUDOR watches. In 1948, the first ad appeared specially for TUDOR. The brand was still clearly connected to Rolex with both text and logo.