Atlas Obscura, one of my favorite sites, posted this James Bond Map.
The legend for the map is divided into
different books and lists his exploits during the most significant
scenes in each adventure. It's essentially a list of
ingredients for Fleming's recipe on how to plot a spy thriller. Thrill
John Zelnick, an illustrator, created the map, which was published in 1987. This was the same year the Bond film The Living Daylights was released. The map forms part of PJ Mode’s collection of persuasive maps at the Cornell Digital Library.
Read more here.
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