Our first edition has now sold out. Edition two expected early October.
The Safin Mask Keyring is currently available - here.
Exclusive to 007Store. Discover a key element from Bond's 25th film adventure, No Time To Die (2020). The magnet features a quality enameled metal replica of the broken Noh mask worn by Safin in the film, complete with accurate prop detailing from the Bond Archive.
Backstory. To be released worldwide in November 2020, No Time To Die sees James Bond retired from active service. His peace is short-lived when an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain.
Details. An enameled metal magnet replica of Safin's broken mask, complete with cracks and splintered wood detailing. The design has a polished rear dot magnet with an engraved 007 logo and is presented in a No Time To Die black gift box.
Dimensions. Magnet height 4cm
Inspiration. Suttirat Anne Larlarb, No Time To Die Costume Designer, tells us about the inspiration and making process of the movie mask... “We started from an initial piece of visual reference of a Japanese Noh mask because of its pure, expressionless, clean look. The first steps initiated were several days of clay sculpting to finesse the ‘expression’ of expressionlessness… which was a lot more difficult than that sounds. We wanted to remove anything that felt like an expressive human detail while remaining true to a human face - so the mask could reside somewhere between inhuman, artificial and a serene stare. We worked on minimising as many facial planes as possible, any spaces, sockets, dips where shadows could inadvertently cue an expression or depth - but I also wanted there to be enough dimension and reality so that it didn’t look flat. After several days of sculpting, and then several more sessions of me working with our sculptor, the mask was 3D-scanned into a digital model for the next stage of the design process. One of the 3D artists added the wood grain surface texture that is readable under the coats of paint on the surface of the mask - just as a real Noh mask would have."