The release of Ian Fleming’s first James Bond film, DR. NO recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary, commemorated by the major interactive exhibit “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains” at the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. The exhibit features James Bond’s chief adversaries, their henchmen, lairs, and weapons, along with over 100 artifacts from the films, including Zao’s Jaguar XKR from DIE ANOTHER DAY, the satellite from GOLDENEYE, Jaws’ teeth from THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, and Dr. No’s tarantula from DR. NO. The perfect “bonding” (hah!) experience for young and older fans alike; visitors can swim with sharks, become a villain, and create their own personal lair as part of the exhibit’s many interactive displays.
Great new pop-up books helps support conservation in the ParksMay 22, 2013
America's National Parks, a pop-up book published shed by W. W. West, Inc, supports the National Parks Conservation Association. The goal for this masterpiece pop-up is to raise $100,000 for the NPCA.