James Bond is about class, style, luxury, indulgence and sophistication. That is who and what James Bond stands for and this is what the Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style exhibit delivers in spades at TIFF Bell Lightbox. This James Bond exhibit aims to please.
All of this shown in the context of the below-the-line craftsmanship that has made the James Bond franchise what it is today. The art department, set decoration, props, costumes, special effects and picture vehicles all take center stage to not only give you a better sense of James Bond but a glowing front row seat to the filmmaking process.
The exhibit also includes several drawings by legendary production designer Ken Adam and models made by his art department team. Being in the company of his work was awe-inspiring.
Check out the photos from the Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style exhibit I attended on opening night hosted by TIFF Bell Lightbox. If you’re a fan of James Bond or the art of filmmaking, you need to see this exhibit as soon as possible.
The James Bond Exhibit, Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style at TIFF
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Have you seen the James Bond exhibit, Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style, yet in London or Toronto? What did you think? If not, what would you love to see showcased from the James Bond films in the future?