The Barbican hosted the huge exhibition featuring wardrobe, gadgets, storyboards, drawings & some set pieces from all the various Bond movies.
Over 400 items where displayed in three separate rooms, with video visuals & sounds clips to enhance the experience. Upon entering through a bullet-shaped entrance, a recreation of the actress Jill Masterson covered in gold paint on the bed from Goldfinger. First exhibition room featured many of the iconic props used from the classic bikini worn by Ursula Andress, gadget filled briefcase from Russia with Love, Jaws metal teeth and the mould worn by Richard Kiel in The Spy Who Loved Me, the famous Golden Gun, used by villain Scaramanga in Man with The Golden Gun to name a few.
|Images by Rii Schro|
The drawings of Ken Adam's featured prominently, one of the most influential production designers with a lasting impact over 75 films to his credit, including seven James Bond films.
|Aston Martin DB5|
|Goldfinger Fort Knox Interior|
|Dr. No's -Crab Key Facility|
|Spy Who Loved Me|
|Spy Who Loved Me - Atlantis|
|You Only Live Twice -Volcano Lair|
|Draxs Lab - Moonraker|
|Famous Laser Room - Gold Finger|
The remaining rooms house the wardrobe & accessories worn by the Bond girls, villians & famous tuxedos worn by Bond.