A Bond with Gadgets
Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Eon Productions, MGM/UA, United Artists & Columbia Pictures
Ian Fleming would never have believed that his novel “Casino Royale,” penned in 1953, would give birth to arguably the world’s most famous fictional character, James Bond. Since venturing into the big screen in 1962, tales about the classy, womanizing British Secret Service Agent have featured hundreds of state of-the-art gadgets, many of which are still unthinkable to be produced even today–from the first film Dr. No to the latest, Skyfall, screened 50 years later.
This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (65th Edition) in 2014.