Discover the deluxe coffee table book exploring the iconic relationship between James Bond and his iconic Aston Martin DB5. With a foreword by 007 himself, Daniel Craig, this publication has introductions from Michael G. Wilson and Aston Martin's Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman.
Backstory. When 007 first took control of the DB5 in Goldfinger (1964) it redefined the action movie forever, setting a standard for everything that came afterwards. Over the decades that have followed, Bond's association with Aston Martin has only grown stronger. Bond and the DB5 are the perfect match: understated, stylish and powerful.
Details. This book is the official story of the relationship between 007 and the DB5, from its beginning in 1964, when the DB5 was brand new, to the 25th Bond film No Time To Die (2020), in which the DB5 once again takes center stage. The book draws on the Bond and Aston Martin Archives to present the inside story of the DB5, and includes original production artwork, film storyboards and exclusive photography. 264 pages.
Dimensions. H12", W11", D0.5"
About the authors. Simon Hugo is a freelance writer and editor specialising in pop culture and top brands, in particular film and television on which he has written widely. Will Lawrence is a freelance writer and a contributing editor on the film magazine Empire. He has written for many international newspapers, websites and magazines. He writes extensively on the Bond series, has worked closely with Eon Productions on all the Daniel Craig films, and authored the book Blood, Sweat and Bond: Behind the Scenes of Spectre.