The premiere of the highly anticipated James Bond film ‘No Time to Die’ has everyone excited! Celebrating the famous character and the architecture of the iconic franchise.
Artists around the world have taken to social media to share their creativity, including Leonie Wharton, a London based designer who created a series of minimalist posters that shine light on the incredible architecture of the Bond films.
Commissioned by HomeAdvisor and powered by Angi, Leonie designed the most unique posters using the film’s locations as reference, and while the franchise has served as inspiration for many artists, the set design and locations have rarely been celebrated before.
The posters include the date, film, location and a description of the building, giving fans more information about the production, exploring “Bond’s architectural history and imagines.”
“A series of 60 illustrated posters featuring the spectacular architecture found in the James Bond films. From manicured estates, to ice hotels these locations provide incredible backdrops,” Leonie shared on her Instagram account.
Some of the illustrations include the 1999 Bond film ‘The World Is Not Enough,’ ‘Die Another Day’ (2002), ‘From Russia with Love’ (1963), ‘Casino Royale’ (2006), ‘License to Kill’ (1989), ‘Goldfinger’ (1984), and ‘Spectre’ (2015).