The bits you weren’t supposed to see on the sets of Spectre
The beauty of this latest photographic project by the London-based fine art photographers Anderson & Low is that, unlike the film, the images of the sets are not intended to fool the audience, rather illustrate their extraordinary details by deliberately including the undressed sections never destined for the silver screen.
This gives the sets – that, if you’ve seen the film, will be familiar to you – a new and slightly bizarre dimension to get your head around. ‘A head-on collision of fantasy and reality,’ the full set of photographs can be found in a new 64-page book published by Hatje Cantz and featuring a foreword by Spectre’s director Sam Mendes.
Photos: Hatje Cantz Verlag