I was going to do a post about the work of legendary photographer Terry O’Neill, but whilst perusing his work on Artsy, it soon became apparent that there was simply too much amazingness to choose from. So instead, here's a more contained collection: his 1970s James Bond set photographs, caputing Connery, Lazenby and Moore at their Bondiest (plus a bit of bonus Blackman). For more of this sort of thing, check out O’Neill's book, All About Bond.
You know Ken Adam's work. You might not know that you do, but you do. Of course you do. As production designer on numerous James Bond pictures, he redefined the nature of film set design. Glass and concrete and light and space. So much space.Read More