News: Ocean Day - Making waves with Apex Art
World Ocean Day reminds every one of the major role the ocean plays in everyday life. They’re the lungs of our planet and a major source of food and medicine, and a critical part of the biosphere. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the impact of human actions on the ocean. The aim is to develop a worldwide movement of citizens for the ocean and mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world's oceans.
We marked Ocean Day with another spectacular visual render by our talented friend Oliver Perretta. The artwork is inspired by a photo of a dolphin jumping through a plastic hoop. As dolphins are an apex predator, artist and industrial designer; Oliver, felt it would be fitting to feature the Bradley Apex in this composition.
Photo description: A dark grey, Eone Bradley Apex representing a bottlenose dolphin, jumping through a circular hole in a white wall. The face of the timepiece is Azzurro, a light blue, similar to the sky on a sunny day. The ball bearings of the timepiece are represented as white pearls. An open, white, clamshell similarly sized to the timepiece; follows closely behind like an open baseball glove catching a ball. Splashes of water suspended mid-air; surround the two objects. In the background and out of focus, one can see the ocean stretching to the horizon. A pale yellow to blue gradient represents the sky. In the foreground, a rounded, white archway surrounds the circular hole in the wall. The archway is decorated with small pebbles around its base and sits in the water.