James Bond meets a Swinging Sixties in these classical Bond photographs by Terry O’Neill


“A anticipation character, yes, though in what he and his universe means to people, really real. Bond embodies brilliantly escapist party that endures, morphs over time and retains a essential appeal.” So says James Clarke of James Bond in his new introduction to a book that charts a assembly of dual British icons.

Bond: Photographed By Terry O’Neill, published by AAC Art Books, offers a new demeanour behind a scenes during Roger Moore, Sean Connery and George Lazenby’s stints as a world’s many famous spy. Terry O’Neill, best famous as a chronicler of a Swinging Sixties, was initial offering a possibility to sketch Sean Connery as Bond in Goldfinger in 1964, and his organisation with Bond lasted for years. O’Neill soon practical his eye for glorious to a series of films in a Bond authorization in a 1960s and 70s, capturing moments on set both when a cameras were rolling and during breaks in filming. The following photographs are constrained – a prophesy into a anticipation universe as glamourous as it is cut-throat.

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