Timothy Dalton Onesies
Timothy Dalton though he only was Bond for 2 movies was thought of as one of the best and toughest Bonds to date, License to Kill was one of the highest grossing Bond movies and was considered to be one of the best Bond films and according to John Glen the best Bond film to date. This piece is based on an original watercolor painting 16x20 on 140lb watercolor paper.
Tags: 007, bond, bond-films, mr-bond, bond-villains
Iconic cars from the James Bond Movies. From top to bottom: • 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 (Modified Submarine) – The Spy Who Loved Me • 1995 BMW Z3 Roadster – Goldeneye • 1979 Citroën 2CV 6 Club – For Your Eyes Only • 1963 Aston Martin DB5 – Goldfinger, Thunderball, Goldeneye, The World Is Not Enough, Skyfall
Tags: thunderball, goldeneye, the world is not enough, skyfall, the spy who loved me
The iconic Octopuss/SPECTRE logo, first seen in "From Russia with Love" in 1963, was updated for the latest Bond movie "SPECTRE". The up-to-date version of the octopus logo was created by Production Designer Dennis Gassner and the Graphic Designer Laura Grant, and now you can wear it.
Tags: jb, mi6, octopuss, lair, naomie harris
A tribute to the man, without whom Bond would have never made it so far - Special Ordnance Section's Quarter Master, otherwise known as Q. The Latin motto is the last thing Desmond Llewelyn's Q said to Brosnan's Bond, who had asked for one last piece of advice before Q retired: Always Have An Escape Plan.
Tags: 007, daniel-craig, skyfall, quantum-of-solace, casino-royale
America's favorite bookseller is now on your favorite t-shirt. Founded in 1966 by Bruce Dayton, B. Dalton Bookseller Inc. grew to be the second-largest operator of shopping-mall bookstores in the US. Initially, with stores that featured parquet flooring and wide aisles, B. Dalton targeted middle-class suburban customers. Later the store switched to a mass-market approach, which allowed for a wider range of titles. B. Dalton was also a longtime sponsor of the PBS TV series Reading Rainbow. By January 2010, all but two B. Dalton locations were closed, with the final store closing at the end of February, 2013.
Tags: pop-culture, nostalgia, retro, game-stop, software-inc