Sunday 28 July 2013

Artwork for the cover of "Ian Fleming: The spy who came in with the gold". A biograhy by Henry A. Zeiger, Popular Libray Toronto 1965.

Record Artwork

Cover illustration from the Italian record "Musiche Dai Film Di James Bond.  The credits for the illustration are " Boccadoro", released in 1979.

From Russia With Love: French Lobby Cards

Original French Lobby cards for "Bon Baisers De Russie" (From Russia With Love). I have found 8 images, does anyone know how many images the full set contains?

Reissue lobby card set, some in colour, some in b/w.

Saturday 27 July 2013

From Russia With Love German Lobby Cards

German Lobby Cards for "Liebesgruesse aus Moskau"(From Russia With Love). First set shown is the original, featuring 31 numbered photos,numbering goes up to 33 becuase two of them were not released.

The lobby cards were re-issued in the 80'as a set of 12 cards.

The UIP re-issue set contains 8 lobby cards.

Sunday 21 July 2013

Golden Gun Artwork

Original artwork for the golden gun used in the teaser / advance  posters for "The Man With The Golden Gun" in Italy and the US. Does anyone know who painted this?

Thanks to Thomas Nixdorf for sharing the poster concepts from Italy.

James Bond Record Cover Exhibition

Check out the exhibition celebrating the best in art, photography and graphic design for the James Bond soundtracks.  The exhibition will run from July 23rd to August 23rd 2013 in the gallery located in Mayfair, London.

From Russia With Love Video Artwork

Artwork used for various video and lasedisc editions of  "From Russia With Love". Original photo as comparison. Does anyone know who the artist is?

Monday 8 July 2013

Die Another Day Trailer Moods

Trailer mood boards for "Die Another Day" by Rick Fairlamb, markers on A3 paper. Final trailer images as comparison below. Check out Rick's website here.

Saturday 6 July 2013

The Spy Who Loved Me Poster Artwork

Original and re-painted artwork for "The Spy Who Loved Me", both attributed to Bob Peak. Story goes that he had to re-paint the artwork for European printing techniques so that the faces of Moore and Bach stand out better. I'm just not sure if the second version was done by Peak as the illustration and painting style differs considerably from his usual work. And it was used in Italy only - to my knowledge.

The World Is Not enough Poster Concept

Poster concept and unused proof for "The World Is not Enough". Thanks to Thomas Nixdorf for the share the concept artwork.