Ever since he first hit movie screens in 1962, James Bond has been an iconic figure. But the stylistic evolution of the films’ posters—from the bright colors and arched brows of the Sean Connery days to the grim and largely monochromatic Daniel Craig editions—is suggestive not only of the development of graphic design but also of just how much Bond’s cultural role has changed over the years.
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50 Years Of James Bond In 24 Posters
http://www.buzzfeed.com/rsultan/50-years-of-jam...Ever since he first hit movie screens in 1962, James Bond has been an iconic figure. But the styl...