Events: G-Shock + Klaus Thymann| #Timezone Photo Exhibition

Last night in the humid temperature of early Spring Casio G-Shock and Photographer/Creative Director Klaus Thymann presented #Timezone; a photo exhibition.  Klaus; equipped with the G-Shock GravityMaster GPW-1000, the first GPS Atomic Solar Hybrid watch; hit 3 highly remote and uninhabited locations across the globe in 24 days.  Cenote Agelita, Mexico; Fox Glacier, New Zealand; and Mount Nyiragongo, The Democratic Republic of Congo presented a perfect environment to test the G-Shock watches capabilities AND offered some pretty amazing optics. The night was filled with fascination. Guests included Charles Harbison, Chris Kunz, Nicholas Kunz, Bradley Theodore, Robert Geller, Brendon Babenzien and Miss Info. 

Here’s the 3 min preview of Klaus’ travels.

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The exhibit is currently live at TheSupermarket until April 9th.  Photography is available for purchase with proceeds donated to charity Project Pressurewww.project-pressure.org.

Event Photos by Rob Nichols

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