They discuss the enduring love affair between the secret agent
and Aston Martin. We also interview Paola Antonelli from
the Museum of Modern Art in New York, who gives her thoughts on industrial design in general
and car form in particular.
Continuing the international theme, we take a V8 Vantage on a tour of Shanghai and the surrounding areas, exploring the work of the Pritzker Prize-winning Chinese architect Wang Shu. David Linley also introduces a new section where leading creatives from around the world nominate their favourite piece of design.
Meanwhile, Australian photo-journalist John Witzig reveals how he chronicled the story behind the surfing revolution of the 1960s and 1970s, and we also have an exclusive photo shoot with the new V12 Vantage S, displaying its raw power and extreme styling.
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Photo-journalist John Witzig was at the heart of the surfing revolution, which swept through Australia during the 1960s and 1970s.
What is it that enhances our appreciation of objects; whether everyday or extraordinary? we asked leading figures from the creative world for their favourite pieces of design
A golden era for ASTON MARTIN under David Brown was followed by a fight for survival in the 1970s and 1980s.
The golden age of air travel in the 1950s and 60s saw the international Jet-Set begin to travel the globe in previously unkNown style and comfort.
ASTON MARTIN celebrated its centenary in scorching style in July as tens of thousands of eager owners and enthusiasts made the trip to Kensington Gardens in London.
The new v12 vantage s is straining at the leash to display its muscular prowess and speed.