The JANUS Principle reloaded
On pale clock faces the normal color for printing is black. But black figures do not glow. What can be done? Unless being NEUHAUS we might have settled for a solution of less than 100 % satisfaction.
We convinced our more or less stunned supplier of clock faces to cut pockets for each figure in the face with his smallest milling cutter, an extremely precise and elaborate art, and to subsequently fill these pockets with Superluminova color of precisely the hue of the clock face. These moulds of fluorescent color were then overprinted with black figures.
Thus an extremely luminous but during daylight unobtrusive solution for night visibility came about for our model with silver clock face