This week I visited New York City. I was walking around looking for a nice place to grab a hot tea when I stumbled upon this new Spyscape museum located in Midtown right before Central Park. I really didn’t know what to expect so I went in with an open mind.
The first exhibit I stopped by was “The James Bond Exhibit” which showed behind the scenes process of what goes into making the famous 007 films.
One of my favorite parts of this exhibit were the sketches by Sir Ken Adams which showed the concept drawings for all the James Bond films.
The line work on these sketches is amazing and has its on creative style.
I could spend all day looking at these drawings, they had so much detail in them.
Next I walked around the main exhibit of the museum, where the theme was online privacy.
The museum showcases the history of spying from World War 2 all the way up to the present.
As technology advances so do the tools for spying, interacting with us on a more personal level than ever before.
These days spying can be done from the comfort of ones home without leaving the couch, all you need is an online connection.
There have been so many international cases of spying through out the decades, it makes you really wonder.
What do you think? Could I have been a good spy in the past?