An extension of Loh’s “Intergalactic Dreams,” his body of work that encourages conversation about global warming, “There is No Planet B” is set in the year 2069 (a nod to the GM-6900), and tells of a possible future where Earth is soon becoming uninhabitable, and space reconnaissance troopers are sent out scouting planet after planet for mankind’s new home.
In the video, a spaceman is 70,000 light years from Earth. Now on Planet M30 in the Sagittarius Dwarf Spherodical Galaxy, he runs to return to his ship, and on his wrist is the new metal-forged G-SHOCK GM-6900: featuring a gold-colored metal bezel, digital face and metal buckle. It also comes paired with a resin strap, and is shock and 20 BAR water resistant (approx. 200m in depth).
“The GM-6900 is as tough as they come,” comments Loh. “And I see it being tough enough to withstand all intergalactic climates and terrain.”
Check out Jahan Loh’s “There is No Planet B” in the video above, and visit G-SHOCK’s website to pick up the new GM-6900. In other related drops, the watch company recently introduced the GST-B300 to its robust G-STEEL line.
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In collaboration with @gshock_sg “There is No Planet B” is my apocalyptic vision in the YEAR 2069. Due to rising sea levels, many countries have disappeared under the ocean. Whatever land that is left has been reclassified into the continents: Africa, Asia, America, Antarctica, Europe and Oceania. Resources on Earth are almost depleted, with extreme weather making more land uninhabitable. Mankind has 20 years to find a new planet, in order to survive….. #savetheplanet #gshock #gshockdw6900