Yes, this is yer actual Aston Martin DB4 1964 as driven by Sean Connery as James Bond in the movies Goldfinger and Thunderball and it’s up for auction in London at RM Auctions’ Automobiles on October 27. It comes complete with machine guns, bullet-proof shield, revolving number plates, tracking device, removable roof panel, oil slick sprayer, nail spreader and smoke screen, all controlled from factory installed toggles and switches hidden in the center arm-rest and it could be yours for an estimated cool $5 million.
Made entirely of cork, this lightweight bicycle helmet, conceived by designer Kévin Goupil, is styled on an old french army helmet.
Loving this Munny/Brownie camera mash-up by Julien Ritter.
This Japanese made 1950′s Steky spy camera measures approximately only 2.5″ by 1″.
The shade, the colour, the reflector and the diffuser have all been produced throughout one gesture. Only the light fitting is added in a second phase of production.
Created with a large-format camera using a spontaneous and unpredictable historic wet-plate collodion technique widely used in 1860’s ( a “wet” instantaneous process that must be prepared and developed on location), the astonishing photographs by Joni Sternbach, of Long Island surfers in Montauk’s Ditch Plains, have a raw quality that echoes nineteenth-century traditions of anthropological photography.