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Designing 007 - Fifty Years of Bond Style

An immersive exhibition puts visitors at the heart of the James Bond 007 experience
Designing 007 - Fifty Years of Bond Style

Ken Adam's drawing for the a set of 'The Spy Who Loved Me'.

Designing 007 - Fifty Years of Bond Style

An exhibit at the Barbican's 'Designing OO7' exhibition.

Until 5 Sept 2012
Barbican Centre
Silk Street
London EC2Y 8DS
In 1962 the James Bond franchise came into being with the release of the film 'Dr No'. Celebrating the anniversary of the film, and the 50 years of James Bond since, the Barbican Centre’s ‘Designing 007’ exhibition explores the fashion, production design, set design, motion graphics, title design and product design of one of the world’s most famous and innovatively styled brands in cinema. The exhibition is a multi-sensory experience exploring the craft behind the fictional characters and organisations of the 007 movies, and includes gadgets and weapons made for Bond and his villainous enemies, along with artwork for sets and storyboards by production designers Sir Ken Adam, Peter Lamont and Syd Cain. The exhibition is designed by Ab Rogers. To book, or for more information, visit

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